I am happy with what i am today and often people ask me about how you managed to become like this ?
I simply smile and say –
Try, and you will get success for sure.
I got this advice from my mom when i was 9 years old and this is the advice that mattered to me the most.
I was born into a Rajasthani Marwari family. The members of my family weren’t much educated.
It was that they believed in making money through their business but when my mom came to home after her marriage, she was graduated and was the first lady in the house who studied this much.
When I was born, she started developing in me dreams for my future.
She changed the minds of everyone in my family and showed them the right to Education and its importance.
She started giving me slate pencil and used to ask me to draw alphabets or things that made me happy at the age of four.
I used to draw fruits and designs.
Unlike other child who were busy in their barbies and cars , i wasn’t the one who liked playing more so mom started to find out things that interest me.
While teaching to me school syllabus for exams mom noticed in me that i can learn English very easily and faster than all other subjects.
She noticed my catching power and the way i created English spells and sentences at such an early age she decided to take me to an English medium school.
There was not a single English medium school at my village, and sending a little girl to another town to study at the age of 10 was very difficult for my mom at that time But somehow she convinced everyone in the house.
It was the only English medium school there at that time, so it charged very high fees.
Mom dad saved their monthly savings and hired for me a school bus and admitted me to that school.
They have seen great sacrifices but they never let my dreams fade or die.
During the early days of school, i couldn’t speak English so i told mamma I don’t want to go to this school, i can’t speak English.
I miss my friends, and i feel awkward here
Then she used to motivate me and come with me to school, teach me during late nights or early morning.
She started speaking in English with me by learning herself first.
The advice that changed my life is –
I said i don’t know to speak in English, she said translate this into English and this is how I created my first sentence in English ..
It was that day and today that whenever i feel difficult to face big milestones stopping me from my goals, i just take her advice to #begin and climb towards the journey of success.
I am a writer today all because of my mom. Being a C.A pursuant doesn’t makes me as much happy as much as writing does, so i want to thank my mom for changing my school at the right time,and identifying my dream.
I am a bibliophile and a writer all because of you Mom.
Along with my growing up my mom started to encourage me to take my own decisions and hold my hand when i met falls.
My dad has been a super motivation to me all this while.
He is always the first one to read and review my blogs, shared them and he is my first critic.
He tells me directly about my weakness and suggests me ways that lead me towards converting my goals into reality.
I believe every cloud has a silver lining likewise every children have some creative vein in their blood , and it is up to our parents and teachers to identify those hidden talents and push us to achieve those.
In my case it is #Blogchatter community which always pushes me to complete my blogging goals.
i have identified my forte after attending the Wednesday chat sessions of Blogchatter, writing prompts for #Blogadda , #Bararthon, #AToZChallenge and #IndiBlogger.
one little advice from side to my fellow bloggers is to write the prompts by the above four stated communities and bloom in the world of blogging.
I hope this advice becomes your #AdviceThatMattered the most in your blogging carrier.
And I would like to advice everyone who is reading this blog that don’t push your child to dreams that you had in your life, but couldn’t fulfill .
Instead give wings to the dream that your child is interested in or have talent for.
No profession is big or small.
Just it need the right support from you parents, and then you can see your child flaunting like J.K Rowling as a writer, P.V Sindhu as a silver medalist in Olympics, Shreya ghosal as a singer or acting like Madhuri Dixit.
Education is must, but education along with the permission to do the those things that cherish your child love doing is the best education parents can afford to their child.
So find the dreams of your child, create an environment in which they get to showcase their talent.