"I think teachers have the hardest job in the world, and so often they are the most unsung heroes." —Emma Walton Hamilton
Most people on Earth die unsung heroes and heroines. Only a few people are recognized for their contributions. While most people work hard with passion and wait patiently to gain recognition and success, they fail miserably in their lifetime. And the world respects successful people, not failed people. In this regard, we will discuss the causes of people unsung and provide tools to die as sung heroes and heroines.
Causes for the Lack of Recognition
“In our world of big names, strangely enough, our true heroes are mostly anonymous. In this life of illusion and quasi-illusion, the person of solid virtues who can be admired for something more substantial than his fame often turns out to be the unsung hero: the teacher, the nurse, the mother, the honest cop, the hard worker at the lonely, underpaid , non-glamorous, unpublished jobs. "—Daniel J. Boorstin
Here are some reasons for the lack of recognition for some people despite hard work. They led simple and humble lives. They kept quiet and were shy about promoting and promoting themselves. They never came. They couldn't network and made no sound. They lacked tact and diplomacy. They acquired hard skills, not soft skills. They couldn't manage politics. Usain Bolt rightly remarked, "Competition is the easy part. Behind the screens do all the work. ”They might have been on the wrong side if given opportunities. They were unwilling to take opportunities. They worked for their goals, not for applause. They were givers, not takers. Above all, their preparations fell short of the odds.
Tips for Achieving Success in Your Life
“Everyone dies. Not everyone is really alive. "—William Sachs Wallace
Use the following tools and tactics to achieve success and fame in your lifetime. Emphasize more on smart work and less on hard work. Learn when to hold on and when. You need to fold. Be flexible. Reinvent with changing times and technologies to stay competent and relevant. Never fear failure. Treat failures as lessons and move on to valuable takeaways. Never stop dreaming big because of failures. Ask what didn't work to apply new tools and techniques Hire mentors and coaches to gain knowledge, skills and abilities and make sure your career ladder leans to the right of the wall.
a huge fate for most of the world's seven billion people. "—Warren Buffett
Be glad you did your best. Be happy that you made a difference. Be happy that some of your friends have earned fame and enjoyed all the facilities. Produce the attitude of gratitude . Remember, if everyone had achieved success and fame, these words would have lost relevance forever. Finally, do your best, regardless of the outcome, to avoid regrets on your deathbed.
“I slept and dreamed that life is all joy. I woke up and saw that life is all service. I served and saw that serving is a pleasure. —Khalil Gibran