Passionate about social media and digital marketing, Akshat loves “people”. He deeply understands the current social land-grab and has deep creative instincts as well as practical thinking ability to help brands build success and reputation for themselves, both online and offline.

Planning everything in advance, kills potential. In almost everything we do, we seek to have a crystal clear path or try as much as possible to plan out every move of our approach towards a particular goal. It’s all good and planning is surely something one must have in place. But never should we ever decide the uncertainties in advance.

It has a meaning deeper than one can portray in 3-minutes but I’m gonna try my level best to give my views on it here. The first and foremost is the ability to keeping yourself open to change and rerouting at every point, yet, sticking and moving along your main goal. One’s main goal should always be in their mind but instead of having your so-called plans dictate their course, have the situation of the moment dictate what’s to be done in that instant. Quick decisions, and never looking back on them, is the only way one can move quickly and effectively through life. Think hard on your goals and decisions but not the tiny steps that might not make much of a difference.

Understand this as navigating using the 4-directional labels- North, South, East, West. And on the other hand, having a city map with a laid-out path. Sure, you’ll get to your destination if you follow the printed turn to turn city map but there’s no chance you’re gonna have an adventure out of that one. Whereas, keeping a few uncertainties open, will present to you all there is to learn about the situation of the moment. So keep your directional labels (the goal) in mind at all times and always have a road map handy too, but start trusting your intuition and start taking calculated risks on every turn of your life. I’m not going to ask you to believe me but here’s the fact: your intuitive subconscious mind knows you better than you know you.

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