Get From Where You Are To Where You Want To Be — No Excuses

  • I wrote poems
  • Created a blog
  • Made sure I am applying for a job every single day
  • Read useful articles online
  • Ate healthy food
  • Did a few relevant online courses
  • Started recording songs
  • Listened to good music
  • Followed news almost daily
  • Kept connecting with my close friends who made sure I am focused
  • Read a few books
  • Created quotes
  • Created a few designs
  • Created and published short videos covering some of my well-written poems
  • Wrote some blog articles and published online
  • Cooked delicious food with my most favourite person
  • Watched a few good movies and some series too like Avatar — The Last Airbender
  • Embraced nature, especially Moon and the star-studded sky
  1. take help from the websites like Udemy and Coursera if you want to do an online course in accordance with your field. These two websites have a wide variety of courses for working, non-working aspirants as well as students.
  2. Create an awesome CV or Resume with the help of resumemaker website or GitHub. Make sure your CV is legible, not lengthy.
  3. Showcase your work online through platforms like Twitter, LinkedIn and through your own blog too. To create a blog, there are fascinating options like Wordpress and Wix.
  4. Read a plethora of books. You can borrow, buy, ping your friends. Do not hesitate. Ask for help and someone will certainly be happy to help you. Try asking a stranger once respectfully. You might experience something extraordinary.
  5. You can even join a few interesting groups available online. These groups usually work around acquiring new knowledge. You can easily decipher. Just make sure you know their purpose well.
  6. Keep your mind clutter-free and keep yourself fit. Follow some of your favourite quotes. Those motivational quotes can do wonders. Do not underestimate them.

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Ankita Mehra

Ankita Mehra

I am a full-time content designer, working on websites, apps and communications. I like listening to ‘Hotel California’ with a hot cup of tea.