Logic Of The Day: 13.03.2018
Your reality is based on your perception. And your perception is a function of what you’ve been exposed to.
You can alter your reality by exposing yourself to more experiences.
A kid from a poor family might think it’s unrealistic to get a job a company like Microsoft because he hasn’t seen anyone do it. A girl from a middle class family might think it’s unrealistic to build a million dollar business because she hasn’t seen anyone do it. A millionaire might think it’s unrealistic to be a billionaire because he hasn’t seen anyone do it.
If you don’t know what it takes to get to the place you want to go, that dream is unrealistic for you. But you can alter that reality by taking time to understand what goes into those dreams.
Read books. Listen to podcasts. Consume as much information as you can from the people you admire. Surround yourself with the people you want to be like.
You’ll eventually start to think like them. And eventually, their reality will be yours.
(Excerpts From The Article; The Best Career Advice For Young People By Raghav Haran)