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A Belief can change life

In the last post ' Path to Success ', we discussed about success. As a small recap, let's see the steps, 1. Belief 2. Setting Goal 3. Targets 4. Time Management In this post, lets see briefly about Belief .  What is a Belief? A belief is something we feed to our mind. It may be a scientific fact or a religious fact, but until you believe it is true, it is strongly recorded in your mind. How it will help in getting success? Believing, that you will be succeed, is the first step in getting success. If you don't even believe in yourself, who is gonna believe you? Let me try to explain the relation between the belief and success. Psychological experts divide our mind into two parts, conscious and subconscious minds. Conscious mind is argumentative . But subconscious mind is passive . Whatever you feed to your conscious mind, it will be accepted by your subconscious mind. Subconscious mind follows the orders and make the environment according to our belief. In Dr. Joseph

Path to Success

SUCCESS!!! There are a lot of blogs, videos, and courses trying to explain what is success and how to achieve it . This is an intro post for a series of posts about my personal experience/thoughts about Success and how I am trying to achieve it.  I have read a lot of books on self-development and a common link between all of them in one word is ' belief ' .     If you want to get succeed, you have to believe that you will succeed.  But is the belief enough? No Without action, it is just a belief. How to make your belief into some action, which will make you succeed in your passion or work? Where to start and what to start? Here comes the major part - Goal Setting . If you turn your belief into a Goal, it becomes achievable.  Once Goal setting is done, if you set the roadmap for your goal with daily, weekly, monthly Targets, it becomes actionable. It may sound a little boring, but slicing the goals into small achievable action items makes it easier to achieve the larger goa

Srini's Nice Reads - Aug 10, 2020

Nice Reads is an attempt to tell people the articles which I enjoyed.. Thanks to Twitter and Facebook for introducing such nice reads... How to Stop Being a Worrier and Connect to the Present Moment:      An amazing article, trying to explain the benefits of meditation in a simple way. Even if you are not interested in meditation, it worth the time. The Reality of Being a Work From Home Parent:     Are you a parent who is working from home? or do you think that working from home is easy? Please read this one.. Don’t let a fact that could change bring you down:     Does our present burdens define our future? A short post with a crisp example on self motivation. Meet the real people behind these famous Norman Rockwell paintings:      A post on the Norman Rockwell paintings and their, now, aged models. COPING WITH STRESS – TIPS:     Are you stressed out? This post offers some tips to coping up with stress. This ends today's nice read. Will see you with another set of posts.   HA

Srinisspace - Happy Life

The Farmer and The Saint: There is an interesting story about a farmer, which explains what is happiness.  The Farmer: There was a farmer in a village who always worried about his household. He had a big family with 10 members and all of them lived in a simple hut.  The Saint: To that very same village, a Saint came. For a few days, He stayed under a big banyan tree. People from and around the village came to see him and get his blessings. So our farmer also went to seek blessings from the saint. The saint asked the farmer to come near and asked about his wellness.  The farmer explained his difficulties in his household and asked his blessings. The Saint thought for some time and asked the farmer to tie the sheeps he had inside his hut for a month and he will be returning to see the farmer again. The farmer did the same for a month and since his hut was so small it just increased the difficulties he had. But he was keen on following Saint's order and waiting for Saint's return

Srinisspace - First Post

When I was a kid, I used to read a lot of stories. Let me try to explain one of them. Three Fishes And Their Fate:  There are three fishes in a pond and they are friends. They live in that pond for a long time. Their name are Wise, Reactive and Lazy. Three Fishes: Wise usually predicts the future and alerts its friends. Reactive only acts when something happened. Lazy reacts slowly and often accepts whatever happens as fate. The Fate: One day, some fishermen came to the pond, talked about catching fish in the pond the next day. On hearing this, Wise approached the other two and asked them to come with it to escape to the nearest pond through a channel.  Reactive replied that Wise is overreacting and it will do something if something happens and Lazy, not at all interested in leaving the pond. So the Wise escaped from the pond through a channel. The next day, the fishermen came and started to capture the fishes. On seeing this, the Reactive approached the Lazy and asked to come with him