Trust in Destination

Whenever you board a bus, the destination is always confirmed. You can see people asking, “By what time we will reach there? Or how long will it take to reach there?” Means the destination is there. Reaching there is confirmed.

I have asked a medical student in a medical college, are you a doctor? He replied yes, but for saying so it takes one more year. The day he got the admission in the college, he was sure to be a doctor.

Why don’t in life people are assured of being successful. Reaching the destination. Getting what they want in life. The simple reason is that they do not have the trust in destination. They don’t have a fixed destination. Instead of boarding a bus, they roam about on bus stop, asking which bus will go. How can we reach there? Is it sure that it will reach there?

And many a good people just fascinate or fear of the vehicles and ways, without deciding the destinations.

Are you not one of them?

Congratulations!!! You are not one of them. But do you have trust in your destination?

People don’t have trust in destination for:

1. They don’t choose the right vehicle. This means they do what they don’t like. The work which is not suitable for them or they are not suitable.

2. They start loving and securing the vehicle and seat instead of journey and destination. They focus on job than on work. They always work to secure their jobs and they start feeling it as a life goal, instead of a way to achieve their goals. The way to reach the destination.

3. They don’t feel that working there is their decision. They unable to take the onus or responsibility of the decision of accept the work they are doing. They feel it a force of either circumstance, reference or choose something good to take a skip door from taking responsibility.

4. They do not trust the driver. They take him as incompetent. There is lack of trust, a feeling of responsibility and relationship between organisation (employer) and employee.

5. They always focus on other passengers, not on their own destination. You can evidence best practice humour, where people are running for different destinations but taking all as running in their competition. If not than they keep stranger to co traveler and take them so.

6. They lack patience. There was a person traveling by the bus. He got it confirmed at the beginning that the bus will take four hours to reach his destination. But every five minutes he kept on checking his wrist watch and asking from others by every fifteen minutes for how much is remaining.

7. They don’t aware of the places or mile stones traveled or passed on the way. In school every year we are shifted to next class, which is the acknowledgment of moving higher. But in normal life people unable to mark the miles stones. In absence of it they don’t enjoy and felt achieved for what they got.

8. They always expect the executive class while paying the fare for economy class. Always expecting more than they give or pay.

9. They keep on changing their destination before they reach the first one or unable to acknowledge reaching their in focusing on next one.

To have a successful and enjoyable journey one must have trust in destination; enjoy the journey and milestones in between. Be true and honest to self and run his race with helping others in reaching their destinations. This is winning, winning together.