How many of you yearn to follow your dreams, but because of fear, you decide not to chase them? You end up stuck with a career that brings you financial sustainability but no enjoyment. I am part of the few that chases her dreams but realizes halfway that the goals are more prominent. No, I haven't stop chasing them. I am working twice as hard to accomplish them. For some reason, I feel that I haven't accomplished much. Not sure if that's a me-thing or "everyone in their early 20's" feels that they haven't accomplished much. Who are we comparing ourselves to when it comes to accomplishments? Maybe we feel that way because time is passing by and nothing is sufficiently concrete.
First of all, we should stop feeling that we have not accomplished much. No one is expecting you to be a millionaire at the age of 20. Second of all, you are working your way to your dreams. If you believe in something, you can fight for it and make it happen. There will be moments when you subconsciously compare yourself to your peers feeling that you have not done much in your life, and that is okay. We all have our moment of weakness. But guess what? That is okay.
Here is what I want you to do. Make a schedule where you spend time building up to your dreams, a program not only gives you the feeling of having yourself together, but it makes it easier for production. Now, if you can't stick to a plan, then you will have to find an alternative way. Stop thinking about what others have accomplished, focus on you. Stop focusing on what you have not gained. Focus on pushing forward. Manifest your future, and it will come true. Think about your goals as a 'when' rather than a 'what if.' Remember, everything takes time. Be patient, keep working, and the day will come when you no longer have to chase your dreams.