The Secret of Success

Experienced people are always against dreaming about things which according to their experience is “practically impossible”.

Well, what we think to be practical is simply something which has already been done at least once, and we always draw a boundary line there saying, doing things beyond that is impossible, only until somebody else comes and moves that boundary line a bit further away. So look beyond the obvious, think beyond the practical. Never lock up your mind in the prison of practical thinking, let your thoughts be without borders ;)

If people ask you
“why do you always insist on taking the unknown road, when there is already a known one?”,
reply to them asking,
“Why do you assume that I see two roads? You see things that are around and say Why?, I dream of things that never were around me and say Why Not?”.

The secret of success is to break all the rules, come out of common sense, forget the limitations set by yourself and the society, delete the word impossible from your dictionary, look at every failure as an opportunity to do even more bigger and better, first create things in your dream and imagination, and then work with passion to convert that imagination into a reality.

The limits of the possible can only be defined by going beyond them into the impossible. What the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve.

Never worry about the outcome of your efforts. Instead spend all your energy and time to concentrate on the actual effort, for worry is the misuse of imagination. Now that’s what Krishna meant in Gita when he said, Karmanye Vadhikaraste Ma Phaleshu Kadachana
Adversity causes some men to break, others to break records!

Use your Imagination, to build a better Nation.

Watch the video below to see some of the common sense rules, and the men who broke it.

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  • Gurudev

    Thanks dheena dhayalan :)

  • dheena dhayalan

    hi man,
    fantastic stuff… thank u for the same..

  • Gurudev

    My pleasure I=Indian

  • I=Indian

    Ah! Now that was a real good one. Thanks

  • Gurudev

    Thanks Vijay, that was a nice link :)

  • vijay