Why you need to be in two boats?

Why you need to be in two boats?

Big changes take time. Rome was not built in a day.
Transitions are never abrupt.
To let changes take place smoothly we need “some time”.
To switch from a job to business requires “some time”.
To shift from a job to politics requires “some time”.
There are many dreamers who worked in day to run their family expenses and at night worked to create their own ventures.
There are numerous examples of people doing their jobs in the day and preparing for the competitive examinations at night.
Yes, they succeeded without much resource owing to their stiff will-power.
So, if you are at a place where you wish to make a transition, you shall need to be in two boats.
You shall need to grind day in and day out.

-Multiple sources of Income.

Wealthy people never depend upon one source of income.
Once they have set-up one business; they go for another.
So, they derive their income from multiple sources.
When you shall be going from setting up one business to another, you shall have to work really hard.
You shall again be in two boats that is managing your first business and starting the second.
The more sources of income you create, harder you shall need to work.

-New Project.

Whether it is starting an NGO or going for social entrepreneurship or writing your own book; you shall still be in two boats.
So, never be afraid to be in two boats.

If you demand something “impossible” from yourself then “you should be comfortable with the idea of two boats”.

With Great Love,

Er. Amit Yadav
http://www.stayfoolish.in

Life is easy…☺

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