I believe in sowing seeds.

I believe in sowing seeds.

The seeds you sow are like investments. Not all shall sprout into tree. But at least some will.
So, what you really need to do is to plant seeds often. Make it a habit.


Sow seeds daily.

>What are “seeds”?
Measure your success by seeds you plant, was propounded by Jim Rohn. How magnificent!
Seeds could be:
-Relationships (as they require time to build up)
-A new venture (starting a business from scratch takes at least 2-3 years to generate significant income)
-Creating a product (like a novel, DVDs, Podcasts, etc. all take substantial time)
– Learning something new

So, take out time each day to plant some seeds. Some shall not yield results but your focus must be on planting “often & implanting more seeds”.

Let me explain you with an example. When I started blogging, it was the first seed I planted. It not only improved my writing skills but facilitated meeting up with some great people. Next, I started writing my novel (another seed).
Next step was my venturing into writing a short book “The Ultimate Suicide Guide- 50 principles to beat suicide” by Er. Amit Yadav.
So, no matter in what profession or industry you are in. Keep sowing seeds. They shall sprout to become trees and shall yield fruits.
In fact, judge your success by the numbers of seed you plant on each day. They will grow to yield results.
The best thing about is that once you have planted the seeds, you shall return back to put efforts (water, fertilizers, etc. ~ hard-work) & it is that (returning back & hard-work) that facilitates mesmerizing results.

With Great Love,

Er. Amit Yadav

Life is easy..!


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