Never Give Up On Your Dreams
Posted On March 18, 2021
In life, if we really want to achieve our goal. We need a basic strategy of success that is:
Think uniquely, Never afraid to take risks, Don’t accept failure before trying, Do not be afraid of doing big things and, also never feel ashamed to do small things. When you start your success journey never let age, gender, society, anxiety make barriers to your way. you know your worth. check your interest, Set a goal and start working towards it.
When you find out who you really are and learn how to become yourself, you will be a much happier person. Give time to yourself. spend some quality time to know self-worth. You shouldn’t be always wondering about what people think. Work on yourself. Take care of yourself, because your health is most important than anything.
We all need courage like Manya Singh to chase our dreams. Such an inspiring girl. I am really appreciating her hard work for her dreams.
The Manya Singh
I heard her story and really feel that achievements cannot be easy if we expect ease then we really don’t want to chase our dreams. She proved that hard work pays off. and people who never choose to give up on their dreams will definitely achieve their goals. she did a lot of struggle in her life and today She has become a legend. I like to post her struggle story in this post to appreciate her hard work and encourage all who will read this.
“My blood, sweat, and tears have amalgamated into the courage to pursue my dreams. Being a rickshaw driver’s daughter, I never had the opportunity to attend school as I had to start working in my teens.
All the clothes I had were hand-me-downs. I yearned for books, but luck wasn’t in my favor.
Eventually, my parents mortgaged whatever little jewelry my mother had to ensure that I paid my exam fees in order to earn a degree. My mother has suffered a lot to provide for me.
At 14, I ran away from home. I somehow managed to complete my studies in the day, became a dishwasher in the evening, and worked at a call center at night. I’ve walked hours to reach places so I could save the rickshaw fare.
I am here today at the VLCC Femina Miss India 2020 stage to uplift my father, my mother, and my young brother and to show the world that all is possible if you are committed to yourself and your dreams.”