Is It Important to Feel Uncomfortable to Succeed

Hey guys!

Yes it’s definitely very important to feel Uncomfortable to succeed in almost anything in life. You may be able to reach a certain position in your desired career without much distress and with ease but after that certain point, to grow you need to feel that way. If you however don’t feel Uncomfortable doing something you love that does not mean that you should quit it, it means that you need to work harder and it’s also an indication to tell you that you didn’t put your 100%. To improve from a certain level that you’ve achieved you will feel self doubt, anxiety and demotivated. And trust me it’s not how and when you feel these things, what matters is what you do after feeling all the negativity rise inside you. Do you panic and quit?; Do you sit and wait for things to be okay? Or Do you feel all those things and then motivate yourself again. Look guys, if you’ve been reading my posts and you’re good in judging people then you probably already know that The first mantra of success is having self trust, self love and self motivation. Why? Simple, because no one else will motivate you enough for you to never need motivation again. It’s only you who can motivate you. Sometimes however we feel Uncomfortable and its not the indication of carrying on, in fact it’s a warning to tell us that this stuff is not meant for us. Now what do we do? How can we determine and take action? Well in times like these you should purely trust your instincts. Your instinct is almost always right. Some people don’t have good instincts because of their own doings (I’ll explain this in some other blog), these people should start to question themselves and be completely honest to themselves while they answer.

So I’m keeping this post short and would like to conclude by saying that If you feel Uncomfortable then it’s for your own good, ’cause either you’ll figure out a way to stand out and reach above your limits or you’ll know that what you assumed was your passion is actually not, and this realisation will help you try out other stuff to find your passion.

Thank you!

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9 Comments Add yours

  1. wisemystic says:

    I’ve written about the same thing in one of my post named ‘learn to embrace the pain.’

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    1. Arushi says:

      Great! We seem to be agreeing on a topic or two

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      1. wisemystic says:

        Yes we do. Read my posts and let me know how much our ideas match.

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  2. Kranti says:

    So true! Very well written!!

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      1. Kranti says:

        My pleasure 😊

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