I can’t believe I did that

It is better to look back on life and say: “I can’t believe I did that.” Than to look back and say: “I wish I had done that.”

Ambition, wishes, and dreams increase one’s expectations and hope about life. But just doing like Nike would say: “Just do it,” is all that may count in life.

As they say, actions make more fortune than caution; you may want to consider taking more actions than cautions. Some of our present actions may look stupid and not worth our time due to the perfect idea we have in mind.

But doing it is just progress than staying and wishing. Wishes will always be wishes even years down if there is no action.

And like hunger, the longer you wish without doing anything, is the more frustrating you become. You would have to your name the only thing you have done, and this can only happen by acting.

When you take action, you avert negative emotions of extended wishes, and you set yourself in the achievers’ realm. When you look back and exclaim about your actions and achievements, you develop favourable odds to fight further for your goals.

This way, you will unleash your serendipity and set yourself up for lasting success and happiness.

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