“Do you want to know who you are? Don’t ask. Act! Action will delineate and define you.” ― Thomas Jefferson
Today I saw this quote in my autograph diary, an autograph that was penned by one of my favorite school teachers.
When 7 years back I read this quote first time I was so inspired. I felt the spark and motivation in my blood to find and define myself. With the passage of time the spark kept growing. I passed through the journey from school to college to university and then got married.
My spark was still alive; the spark to “do” something that defines me. My husband made me felt so much lucky by supporting my spark and let me be the way I wanted to be and even he offered me to join him in his business that could led me to an independent business woman.
And you know what? I joined him in business.
Let me introduce you a bit of my hubby and the nature of one of his businesses. He is 30 years old young man, full of motivation, hard work, dedication, optimism, consistency, determination and a man with great goals and purposeful life. Besides doing his job, he is running his online business very successfully. And I was offered to handle the matters of this e-store. My Masters degree is in business administration but specialization is in finance yet I took this opportunity as a challenge with all up emotions.
I did accept the offer, learnt some relevant basic knowledge, and there I went on.
I worked hard, showed some great results but
3 months later…
After doing daily work with high hopes, I was no more there. I lost my interest in that work, boredom was there so was the dullness. It might happen to many people at least once in their life.
Being not able to explain myself the reasons behind, it became routine to switch on the computer, looking for some latest news, watching movies or any of my favorite shows, killing time on facebook & twitter, and finally shutting down the system.
I felt like I might want some break and then there were question, “Break from what, from just 3 months work? What will I do if I’m not doing this? I’ll be all day alone in a home and nothing to do but just sleeping, eating and watching TV?” Continue reading