Beast Mode……….ON !!!!

“Who am I?”

“What do I want?”

“What does it take to get it?”

Do you constantly feel that people perceive you in a wrong way? Do you feel they don’t really understand what thought process you are coming from?

Well, let me ask you another question here, how do you want people to perceive you? Are your thoughts really making sense or are they just knee jerk reaction of your brain to a question? If the answer to both the questions above are IDK (I don’t know), then its time  to answer these questions as these vital questions define your whole life’s purpose.

You need to know who you are “fundamentally” to be successful in life. You need to have clear values and always have them at the top of your head so that you are constantly reminded of them. Stay true to yourself always, don’t compromise on your values no matter how tempted you are to do otherwise.

But isn’t it difficult to hold onto your anger, when someone is getting on your nerves? Well, yea..ask me, I usually take the steam off there and then on that person, just to prove my point. But, what have I done here? I went against my values to keep calm in stressful situations. And why does that happen? It happens because we are not remind of our values everyday. They are embedded somewhere in the deepest corners of our brain where nobody visits them. They are all forgotten.

So next time, you want to lose your cool. Detach yourself. Do not respond immediately. Stay quite. Ask your mind to SHUT DOWN..!!! Remember your values, imagine the whole world is watching your next reaction right now. Do you feel conscious? Good..!!! You just won half the battle. You have become more self aware and now your shall be clearly guided on how to behave.

What will it take to achieve your goals? Man is a social animal. You want to believe me or not, upto you but I firmly believe that you cannot be a one man army…that is you cannot work alone. You have to work as a team, not matter how much you dislike it or not matter how much it brings down you efficiency. So, how do we begin to work as a team member? Well, remember one and the only principle in life, people like to work with people they LIKE..!!! If people think you are unapproachable and difficult, well you can forget reaching the top of the game.

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1. Keep a weekday routine If you normally wake up at 5:30, go for a run, and eat breakfast Monday through Friday, then do the same thing on Saturday. Even if you take a day off from running, getting up at the same time every day ensures that your body is getting the rest it needs without sleeping too much (or too little) on the weekends. 2. Plan a schedule Sure, weekends are a time to slow down a little, but planning what you want to accomplish each day will make every second of your weekend count. The worst way to spend a weekend is to waste it trying to figure out what you want to do. Spend some time earlier in the week or on Saturday morning deciding on one or two tasks that you want to accomplish on Saturday and again on Sunday. This makes sure you have some productivity on the weekend while still giving yourself plenty of freedom. 3. Catch up on important things Contrary to popular belief, people who are successful in business don't spend all of their waking hours working. They take time on the weekends to get together with family and friends, to exercise, and yes, even to get some chores done around the house. Work is important, but so is your family, your home, and your health. Make these a priority on the weekends to balance out your work life and your home life. 4. Take a break Meditate, go for a hike, wash the car, or take in the theater. Successful people know that their minds can't be working full-tilt 24/7, so they make time on the weekends to clear their thoughts to get ready for the week. Adding entertainment to the weekend is a great way to relax and take your mind off of work. 5. Prepare for Monday Successful people know that they need to start Monday on a high note, so they take time on Sunday to plan ahead for the week. Set aside some time for yourself to check in on your schedule for the week ahead so that you know exactly what needs to be done first thing Monday morning. Make a list of events, meetings, or important things you need to do to keep momentum toward your goals. Another great idea is to make an "I did" list of things that you accomplished in the last week–this will keep you motivated and excited about pushing forward.

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Emotional Literacy is your ability to identify and articulate your emotions. Control your emotions, be nice to people, appreciate them (not over appreciate) for their work, congratulate them for their success, be friendly, be consistent in doing these little things. Trust me you will be a star and feeling will start liking you.

Your goal is within your reach. Gone are those days when the goals where to pass an exam. Life was easy then. Now you are in the world’s amphitheatre and all the eyes are on you. What will you do? Will you make a fool of yourself, or would you rise and shine!!!???

Until next time…be different…be unique…embrace yourself…!!!!! Take Care.


24 Comments Add yours

  1. Vibrant says:

    Hello Garima 🙂

    I read this article. It’s a very motivating article. You have put much effort in creating this piece. We all need to remind ourselves of these values on a regular basis. Every image used in this article has a story to it and you have explained the nuances in detail. Thanks for sharing it 🙂


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    1. Oh Thank you for such kind words Anand..!! I am glad it resonates with you..!!! Cheers

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      1. Vibrant says:

        Welcome, cheers 🙂

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  2. Thanks for the post. Very interesting. I liked your images too. I might like to save it and read it again.

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    1. Sure..:)
      I am so glad you liked the post..!!!


  3. Nice one! You actually managed to link the pieces together into a common theme.

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  4. Marianne says:

    Hi Garima, what a nice upbeat post and I like all the images.

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  5. More people need to have this kind of inspiration daily, so as not to forget. 😉
    Wonderful post and as always, I enjoy the visuals highlighting certain points of your post.
    Very nice.

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  6. Apawsel says:

    Hullo! Very informative post and great advice. Do you happen to be from the Philippines? “Beast mode” is currently a slang here 🙂

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    1. Oh is it? Am from India:)


      1. Apawsel says:

        It must be a very popular expression now :3

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  7. Ethan Freckleton says:

    Good stuff! Have you, by chance, read “Nonviolent Communication”? It’s an excellent resource for some of the scenarios you described above!


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    1. Thank you Ethan. I shall read the book.


  8. poseidons99 says:

    at some point I expected ”Just Do It!” 😀

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  9. Reblogged this on Be Inspired..!! and commented:

    The BEAST MODE is ON…!!!!!


  10. Jean-Pierre says:

    Good day. You ask some important questions and make some very important points. Let me ask you a questions, please. Is what matters what others think of you or what you think of yourself? While we can only define ourselves in comparison to others (if there’s no one around us, how would we know whether we are tall, short, fat, slim, intelligent, dumb, etc.? That is, everything in this Universe, including ourselves, is relative.), perhaps what’s most important is how you define yourself REGARDLESS of what others think of you. Remember that the easiest way to push yourself up is to pull someone else down. So, we tend to base our emotions and mood on external circumstances. But do we not create our reality through our thoughts which then become words that define ourselves and our environment? If my thoughts are always negative, then my words will be too and the Universe will organize itself to “prove me right.” The opposite is equally true and much harder to achieve for it requires us to be aware of our thoughts (most of us are not), focus intently on them, and disregard what surrounds us until our environment matches our thoughts. This also requires us to overcome our brains’ negative bias ( A very good book is Dr. Joe Dispenza’s “You Are The Placebo.” (Full disclosure: I am not associated with Dr. Dispenza nor do I benefit financially from the sale of his book and/or seminars). It is also worth remembering that the Universe flows and it is wise to surrender to it ( And, to pick up on your quote on Ralph Waldo Emerson, there is power in change and everything is always in constant change whether we like it or not (

    Happy holidays to all whatever way and ‘god’ you celebrate to.

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  11. This is a great article – it’s positive and realistic and provides handy tips and steps for people to follow to live a productive and fulfilling life! Thank you for sharing.

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  12. thinkdigest says:

    This is so wonderful. It kind of takes us back to the calendar in reshaping who we are because we tend to forget that. No kidding I too, sometimes. Thanks a whole lot. What an awe-inspiring piece.
    Much love,

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  13. What if your inner animal is a sloth?


  14. Great work. Love the way you bring out your ideas.

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  15. I like that your writings are simple and to the point–straight out and already broken down with nothing to decipher are to be worked out. This is how I like to operate in my thinking and doing, simple and direct. Thank you for such a motivational and inspiring post Garima!

    Be A Blessing!



  16. cherylfoston says:

    You have great topics here on your blog, full of information and helpful insight. Thank you.

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  17. Marquessa says:

    Being a “Badass” (in a good way) is my word for the new year. But I like your term too…in the positive way 😆

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