Difficult and easy are two different words. But they both emerge from the same source, i.e., believing in potential. Yes, you can make a thing easy or hard, depending on your determination and realization about your capacity. You can do great things only when you keep complete confidence in your ability and possess absolute confident resolution. On the other hand, a tiny amount of hesitation can lead to unbearable hardships and unending struggles.
In truth, an outright transformation into a commanding position begins with a refined, robust realization that enough or infinite mastery is present but invisible behind the limited visible strength. Yes, until you believe and take cognizance of your ability, nothing will start happening in life. Also, it would be best if you did not forget that believing alone can’t shape your desired successful outcome. It indeed needs uncompromising dedication, proper planning, determination, and, obviously, hard work.
Some people may want to add luck to the above list of criteria, but then again, you should know that success doesn’t always come with a single effort. Sometimes it needs several tries. In a word, repeated attempts turn your efforts into a weapon of perfection that can defeat failure and help deliver the coveted result.
What it means is your current situation doesn’t necessarily shape your future move. Yes, you may face a strenuous state at present, but you can change it for sure with undefeatable resolution. That means if you start believing in yourself and perform an adequate amount of hard work to fix even an utterly challenging issue, you can triumph. And it makes one thing clear that your present position can’t design your future story. It is only you who can only choose what story must get written in the coming days. In short, you are the architect of your present and your future, your successful and unsuccessful achievements.
In actual words, it depends upon you whether you live in fear and confusion or go with courage and confidence. You have to decide whether you prefer to think or merely daydream about your potential or start acting with firm belief and determination to create something promising. Also, be practical and stop blaming others for frustration, noncooperation, and failures. As already said, you are the architect of your destiny. That means you have to opt for the most effective, meaningful move to get your job done because others don’t have the time and interest for your achievements. Don’t forget that you will taste the sweet fruit of your success tree at the end, not others.