Success and happiness in our life depends on our completed and fulfilled tasks.
A task becomes an achievement only when it is completed. Completed and fulfilled tasks can result in profits, sales, recognition, satisfaction, happiness and peace of mind.
The reason I wrote this post was to encourage you to complete your pending tasks.
What can be categorized as pending tasks? Any task which are pending from long time which you felt it could have done. I am not only referring to tasks related to your career, also to your dreams and passions as well. What is that you always wanted to do but couldn’t due to some reason? I know it’s late but still can you give a second try? Did you dreamt of becoming a musician or a photographer? You were quite passionate about it but somehow couldn’t nourish your skills it and make it big due to your other preferences. Can you re-attempt it now?
It is time to try again by rekindling your passion. I am sure over the time you have gathered (knowingly or unknowingly) more information about your passion or dream.
How to get started with your pending tasks?
First of all, take a small notepad (I call it as Task Pad) and start writing down all the activities, tasks which you were interested or supposed to do but you couldn’t. It’s not important why you did not do it but it’s important that you can still do it.
Once the list is ready, prioritize the list and start working on the task with highest priority. Remember, there is no hurry this time since there is no deadline (since you already missed it? ). Start working with complete attention to the task. Attend one task at a time.
Break the task itself into mini tasks and attend them one by one. Example, you always wanted to learn music but never made a serious attempt. Try now with full attention. Find a music school nearby and surrender yourself to the magic of music. Once you get started, you will be surprised to see that this task was so easy. Only obstacle for this was you never initiated it.
Never underestimate the power of trying. Keep making efforts.
It is better to be late than never.