All of us get worried about our future. We spend a huge amount of time thinking about the future. Many of us fear thinking about the uncertain future while the others just imagine to live the bright tomorrow. But is there anyone who thinks of taking the steps today to improve the future?
Probably very few people are there who are putting an effort today for the better tomorrow. These kinds of people grow in the future while the rest remain in the same place with the same thoughts of improving the future.
What is Tomorrow?
Tomorrow (future) is a time period which allows us to think everything about it but doesn’t allow us to do anything. A tomorrow is something which will never come. It will always be the future. Thus, the best preparation for tomorrow starts from the day before tomorrow.
How to Prepare for the Future?
As I have just discussed, the best preparation for tomorrow starts from the day before tomorrow. It simply means if one needs to improve its future, he/she must have to take the best reasonable efforts today.
Unreasonable efforts will never help you in this regard. Now the biggest question is what is a reasonable effort? Let me clear your doubts.
A reasonable effort is something which is directly or indirectly related to your future goals. For example, if someone wants to be the topper of his/her class, he/she must have to start the studies from today. Rather than only thinking about the future, if we shall start giving our best efforts today, our future will automatically improve and we will always be prepared for the uncertain future.
For a successful tomorrow, we must need to have a perfect today. A perfect today requires perfect and reasonable efforts to be taken.
So, if we really want to be prepared for tomorrow, we need to give our best effort today rather than only worrying about the uncertain tomorrow.
Written By: Avishekh Tiwari
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