One great skill is the ability to adapt to and make use of the best opportunities that come your way, and my willingness to accept unusual opportunities has been tested recently. Since I don’t really like being seen or performing in public, the last thing I wanted to do is stream online. You might know the saying “life begins at the end of your comfort zone” and indeed, life has a funny way of giving you opportunities that require you to face your fears in order to move forward. That is the lesson we have for you here in this article.
Ang isa sa pinakamabuti mong pwedeng gawin para makamit ang tagumpay ay ang magtakda ng long-term goals o layunin. Sayang lang na minsan, hindi tayo nagtatagumpay dito o hindi natutupad ang mga plano natin. Ano nga ba gagawin mo tungkol doon?
Sa pagbabalik-tanaw ko sa nakaraang ilang buwan, klaro na hindi ko natupad ang ilang mga layunin o goals ko sa mga itinakdang deadlines. Halimbawa, ang kita na planado ko ay hindi umabot sa gusto ko, ang librong dapat tinapos at naipublish ko noong November 2016 ay nangailangan pala ng ilang buwan pang trabaho, at may ilan din akong personal na pangarap na hindi ko natupad na hindi ko sasabihin dito.
Maswerte nga lang, may ilan din akong layuning natupad. Ang isang dati kong layunin ay maapprobahan ang aking AdSense account bago mag December 31, 2015… at naapprobahan nga ito sa gabi ng December 30, 2015. Isa pang maliit na layunin ko ay ang makakuha ng higit isandaang views kada araw… at natupad ko iyon ilang buwan bago ang deadline.
Gayunpaman, sa buhay natin malamang hindi natin makakamit ang ilang gusto natin sa panahong pangarap natin silang makuha. Anong gagawin mo kapag hindi mo natupad ang ilang layunin mo? Narito ang aking tatlong payo para sa iyo.
Certainly, one of the most valuable things you can do to achieve success is to set long term goals. Unfortunately though, sometimes goals don’t work or don’t happen as planned. What do you do then?
Looking back over the last few months, it’s clear that I didn’t achieve a lot of goals on their proposed deadlines. For example, the income I planned to have didn’t reach the amount I wanted, the book I was supposed to finish and publish last November 2016 needed several months more work, and there are also a few other personal goals I failed in that I won’t mention here.
Fortunately though, I HAVE reached some goals that I’ve planned before. One previous goal I had was getting my AdSense account approved by December 31, 2015… and it WAS approved on the night of December 30, 2015. Another minor goal I set long ago was that of consistently getting over a hundred views a day… and I’ve succeeded at it months before the deadline.
In any case, over the course of our lives we likely won’t achieve some things that we want by the time that we want them. What do you do when you don’t reach your goals? Here are my three tips.
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Ang salitang “ambisyon” ay nagkaroon ng negatibong kahulugan dahil naiisip mo dito ang mga negosyante at opisyal na nagiging makapangyarihan gamit ang korupsyon. Sa katotohanan, ang ambisyon ay simpleng kagustuhang makamit ang isang bagay na nangangailangan ng lakas ng loob at pagsisikap. Walang mali dito basta mabuti ang gawain mo, at ito’y pangangailangan para magtagumpay. Kung wala kang lakas ng loob para magsikap upang umasenso, malamang mauuwi ka lang sa pagkabigo.
Bakit ko pinag-usapan ito? Dahil sa nabasa ko sa librong Self-Investment (Pagpuhunan sa sariling kakayahan) ni Orison Swett Marden:
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For some reason, the word “ambition” gained a negative connotation as it conjures images of businessmen and government officials gaining power through corruption. In reality, ambition is simply a strong desire to achieve something that requires determination and hard work. There’s nothing wrong with it as long as you use honest means and it’s actually a requirement of success. If you’re not driven enough to work hard in order to achieve something, you’ll likely become a failure.
Why did I talk about this? It’s because of something I read in Orison Swett Marden’s book, Self-Investment: