2 Year Anniversary

It’s been two years and I’m glad that my blog isn’t just surviving, it’s actually still thriving.

I’m still as, or even more, motivated than when I first started. When I first started, I just wanted to experience the amazing sense of pushing myself and accomplishing things that I never thought I could. I just wanted to give myself a chance to believe in myself. I just wanted to see what happens when I swim against the tides of mediocrity.

To be honest, I do have doubts when I first started whether this will stick. After all, I’ve a poor record of sticking things through. I get bored easily. I’ve probably opened and closed many dozens of blogs in the past. But this has actually stuck and I’m now confident that I’ll continue to do so for a long, long time.

Today, I’ve written a book, The Aim for the Moon Mindset, and three more are still on the way. I believe that my single-mindedness towards achieving success has also contributed to my progression in my work – helping me inspire others to become better version of themselves and to overcome their day to day challenges in a more confident and skilled way.

My newfound mentality has also helped me deal with some family issues at home, which otherwise, I would have crumbled. Today, I’m really in a happy place and I hope through this website, I can continue to help others achieve happiness and success in their own paths.

Anniversaries are always an opportunity to reflect, to celebrate the growth, and to learn from any mistakes.

Thanks for being on this journey with me. Special thanks to my readers who have read my posts, spent time commenting, and even spent your hard-earned money to get a copy of my book. I can’t express in words how grateful I truly am.

Two years have just come and gone. Where will I be in another two years time? Only time will tell. Till then, I’ll still be around to create work of immense value to help people grow and find deep meaning in their life.

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