We all have flaws, don’t we? And the sooner you realize that, the better it is for you. But what is that one thing which you want to change about yourself? Ask me that and may be I could list out many. Is it my temper? My impulsiveness? Me being over dramatic? Or is it my innocence of trusting people so easily? Well, yeah. I wish I could change the latter-that I could judge people for who they are. However, I trust my intuitions. And it is not this that I’m talking about today.
I’m someone who is dedicated and committed when it comes to work. You give me some task to complete and I will make sure that it is done before the deadline. Not for the sake of it, but to the best of my abilities. There were times when I hadn’t even got up from my seat for nine hours of my shift and by the end of the day, I was overwhelmed. I was on a high. Of course, things like these have taken a toll on my health but I do not regret even a bit. That’s how I am and I’m glad when someone trust me with an important task.
But when it comes to my personal goals, I get all jittery. Why couldn’t I continue my passion for dancing? Why is it that I enrolled for an MBA course and didn’t care enough to complete it? Why do I start something with full josh and enthusiasm and forget about it even before I’m half way through? Like cycling, gym, morning walks or diets? Ain’t I not passionate enough? I understand that it takes will and courage to find a way and beat all odds. Because I’m good at it. But, Alas!
I’m taking conscious efforts these days to improve my so-called inability to complete my personal goals. Thanks to my dancing shoes, I feel genuinely happy from inside. I feel positive and I am starting to complete few important things in life like the campaigns I enrol my blogs with, or my B.Ed degree (which I never thought I would).
I wish I could stick with this and believe in myself. So what is it that you want to change about yourself?
Linking to #FridayReflections at Sanch and Write Tribe.