Am I really Going To Make It?

March 27, 2018 - 0 Comments

Remember when we were young, and we were always told to dream big because anything is possible? We actually believed we could conquer the world. Kidogo kidogo you start school and life starts handing you lemons. By the time you finish campo, it’s like, what did I get myself into?

I remember when I was in my last year in campus, one of my lecturers used to tell us to work on actualizing our ideas then, because the older you become, the more unachievable your dreams seem. All of us were a bit stunned because we didn’t quite understand what he was talking about, but now ooohhh it all makes sense!

The minute you start working and depending on yourself is when you realize that it’s not a joke. You may question a lot of things, ask yourself endless questions and even beat yourself up for not attaining your goals within your specified time frame. I’ve done it, we all have. Lemme tell you, it’s not worth it and it won’t make you feel any better. If anything, it will make you feel worse about yourself.

Every time you feel like you won’t make it, here’s a few things you might consider doing. Wake up each day with a winning mentality and tell yourself that you’re going to make it and be great. Everyone doubts themselves but you need to rise above it and purpose to be great. Remember, less words and more action.

Set realistic and achievable goals and work towards them. Don’t just write down your dreams and then go on Instagram to watch other people live their dreams. Nope, that’s not how you do it. Write down your goals and start with what you have. What you don’t know, you’ll figure out along the way. Take those risks, you’ll thank yourself later.

Always look out for opportunities and stay prepared because luck is when opportunity meets preparedness. Ensure you always have your papers, samples or demos ready for that day when someone randomly asks for them. Usikae tu kama umezubaa tu!

Lastly, never lose hope. Work smart, stay in your lane, chase your dreams and believe in yourself. You’ll be alright!



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