Write Your Dreams In Present Tense.
Being an HR professional, I always had to handle a portfolio that expected me to be out of the box , travel and be the limelight of the company. Unfortunately due to some issues in my personal life, I had to avoid being a sport and took up dull assignments to pacify my personal life. But that killed my soul and I started sinking. I was obviously not doing well in my job, performing much lower than my calibre.
Then in 2010 when I started a library for my office, I first picked up The Secret and it was love at first sight. Since then I have read and referred to it numerous times. What I have also done since then is to write my dreams and wishes in present tense, as if they are already true and add a smiley at the end of each statement. I call it my “wish diary”. I tick off the ones which have actually happened, and most of them have come true, even the seemingly difficult one!. And I pay gratitude every time I count my smiles. 🙂
Thanks to The Secret for being the change. I am doing good in my job and now have a fulfilling career.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!