Nor is your fame and your success.
Everything depends on who you surround yourself with, physically or virtually. We, as human beings, are constant seekers of examples.
Examples of people who have exactly traced the path you want to trace today.
Everything begins with an inspiration. Someone will push you to do it, someone will motivate you to do it, Someone will influence you to do it.
But what if, no one’s coming into your bedroom and compelling to act. Unfortunately, they never will.
You have to chase motivation and not the other way around. All the little things that you do in your day matters a lot. So, next time around, before blaming the world to NOT inspire you, check how you are spending your day. Or more precisely, who you are spending your day with.
I read about two women who stood by themselves and are well remembered in the American history though for totally different reasons.
One has sold more than 300 million records worldwide and is recognized as the world’s top-selling female recording artist of all time by Guinness World Records.
The other was an American author, political activist, and lecturer. But the first deafblind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Now, who’s more famous? Obviously the first. Especially because she was a music artist.
But fame isn’t everything. It comes and goes. Like thin air or a huge storm.
Don’t confuse fame with inspiration. Madonna is one; Helen Keller is the other.
Look at Helen’s picture here. Have you ever seen her before in real life?
It is sad that you couldn’t see such an important person in history.
What’s even more sad? She couldn’t see herself too.