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Don't Rush In Achieving Your Dream

Don't rush in achieving your dream because there is no shortcut to that.

I learned that we should be patient in everything we do and take small step at a time. Do things slowly but surely. But don't learn or know everything before you start an action. The important is you made a plan about it and initiated an action.

People are very impatient and wanted to see quick result that's why they easily fell to scams. They wanted to double their investment without doing any kind of work. The reality is we should work hard in the beginning in order to enjoy the rewards in the future. We must also learn how to work smart and not work hard for our entire lives.

To be honest, I do blogging since 2008 and my total Adsense earnings as of this writing is 26.78 dollars. Imagine in my 6 years of blogging, this is my total earnings but I'm not rushing in achieving my goal (reaching my first 100 bucks since that's the minimum amount in order to encash the money) because what's important is I enjoy the process while doing it.

Anyway before I end this post, I would like to leave you this message: "Enjoy every moment of your life because you only live once".

I hope you like it. Share this to your friends if you enjoy reading it. Thank you!


  1. YOLO. Yeah, that is why patience is a virtue. What is a virtue again? lol.
    Minsan, sa pagmamadali mo, madami ka pala nakalimutan at di nagawa. Ayun ulit ka na naman. Though, yah, mafeefeel mo sya kapag nakikita mong tumatanda ka na at napag-iiwanan ng panahon at kapag sa tingin mo wala ka na mas mahabang oras.

    1. They also say that all things in this world have their own time to blossom and flourish. Don't expect to see fruits tomorrow if you just planted seeds today. That's impossible! It takes time, (of course, the caring you did everyday to the seedlings) to see the result / outcome.

      Anyway, thanks for leaving here your comment. :)


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