Steve Jobs once quoted “Your work is going to fill a large part of your life and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.”
Mr. Omi Gupta, a Google Top Ranked Niche Clarity Specialist, a TEDx Speaker, Digital Growth Strategist, founder and CEO at Get Digital Office, and a Life Coach who is helping other coaches and start-ups build their respective brands digitally and spike up their revenue and profits. To sum it up, he truly justifies Steve Job’s motivation.
Some people say it’s resources, luck, background or connections that create successful people. Whereas I surely agree that all these and many other factors influence the path of every individual, the most contributing factor to achieving something significant is self-belief. Without this key ingredient, there’s not a lot that could help you said Omi.
He says, sometimes the difference in whether you succeed or whether you don’t come down to one simple thing – believing in yourself. Have you ever thought about how much believing in yourself makes a difference in your quality of life? Think about it for a minute. If you don’t really believe that you can do something, you are not going to give your full effort and, without your full effort, your chances of successfully achieving your goal are greatly reduced.
Omi has been associated with personalities like Vivek Bindra, Suresh Mansharamani, Sagar Sinha, and Afreen Khan. His journey might seem to the readers like a smooth sail but in reality, it has been an absolute roller-coaster ride. A few failures are the solid stepping stones to success, and today he believes in assisting others and giving back to the community. His journey is an inspiration and motivation for all those who want to pursue their dreams. It is never too late to chase after your true passions and fiery dreams.
To start believing you can have the life you want, you must dig deep to discover what that will look like for you. You must understand what makes you unique, and celebrate those things. When you begin living true to your identity and core values, you will start believing in your worth, your abilities, and your human potential.
Embracing yourself is best done in baby steps he quoted.