Happy new year darlings.
It’s about that time of the year where new year resolutions start flying everywhere on social media and a whole lot of recaps. I always look forward to these recaps as it’s helpful and one can pick lessons from others mistakes and lessons.
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This time last year, I was sharing a recap of my 2016, you can read it here. It was an horrible year for me but ended awesome. I wanted to do same but it’s going to be too long a post, hence I’m going to be sharing in bits in subsequent posts.
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Related: 2016: Lost But Found
The life we live in now has made most of us always share our success stories so people can always perceive us as the epitome of perfections. We all know fully well that life is filled with ups and downs, so what happen to talking about the downs so we could uplift another and make them realize they are not alone.
I had some epic failures in the course of the past year which I could relate to fear. I’m always really a scared person when I think about failing. This fear of failure always make me take several steps back when I need to take up initiatives and smash them.
I’d watch others do the same thing and tell myself I’m going for it too. When it’s time, I panic and I don’t see it through to the end.
Towards the end of last year, I told myself I was going to do this and this and that and I’m not going to stop. Here I am, achieving and smashing all these. And there’s not going to be anything stopping me. When all these are completely achieved, I’m definitely going to share with you all and tag it My Success Story.
I think the biggest reason for these fears is because I always allow my emotions control my decision. I worry more about how people will feel. Will I hurt them? How will my actions make them feel? Will it make them hate me? And all those plenty questions that doesn’t give a damn about ME but others.
I decided to write them down, lean into these fears, laugh at them and believed in myself. Everyday, I try to learn something new and find a way into viewing life as a creative and wild adventure. I dared the scariest of my dreams and told myself I can do it irrespective of what the outcome will be- good or bad.
It’s a new year, and it’s not too late to go for all those things that will make your heart beat for joy. Do not let anyone or anything make you feel you are inferior or bully you into not taking certain steps. Face them and do not stop until you are proud of who you are and what you have become.
Here’s to wishing us a prosperous new year filled with blessedness, accomplished goals, breakthrough and success.
Do that which you fear the most and revitalize all lost hopes.