George Bernard Shaw said, “A life spent making mistakes is not only more honourable but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.” There is nothing more encouraging than these words when we aim for a successful life. We must be therefore, open to every opportunity, learn not to say no to anything that comes our way. Our choices depend on how we have been shaped all through our life, those conditions many a time create mental inhibitions that stop us from taking unfamiliar actions. Escaping those situations will always bring them from every corner. Who knows they might open a new chapter full of surprises and joy! By the way, learning too happens when you embrace those circumstances.

Living life extraordinarily demands that you take it easy, don’t make things complicated, be willing to work hard, and be ready to accept the change. Who counts as a successful person in your eyes? Ask this question to yourself, what do you think, how he must have succeeded? You will find not find a single story without hardships, grit, and passion. Barack Obama never dreamt of becoming the President of the United States, Sachin Tendulkar never dreamt of becoming the greatest batsmen of all time, what they had in common was their efforts were all for their passion to excel in their fields. So, living extraordinarily is working hard, having a good daily routine, openness to new experience, accepting challenges, energy directed towards passion, empathy, and compassion. Don’t fear to lose for it’s just the first step of a great beginning. Mistakes are the reminders of the correct action learn from them don’t repeat them. Quoting the great George Barnard Shaw again “Life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself”.