Do What Is Right For You

It doesn’t matter what economy exists: Boom or Bust, in the end it comes down to you to prosper. It doesn’t matter what time-frame we live in: Modern or Old, ultimately it’s your choice, to be. Everything you need to achieve is already in you. What makes you succeed in your goals or not is your disposition. It’s not bad to admire people, but it’s horrible to not recognize yourself. There is no such thing as ‘elitism’ because as beings, we all have equal resources to work with, naturally. Even disabled people serve a purpose, and it’s up to humans to acknowledge it. One thing we all share is the most powerful tool in the world: The mind.

It’s a fact that you can reach attainment. Whether you succeed or not is up to you. No two situations are ever the same but in each & every one a simple rule is always applied. If progress is to be commenced: 
You do what you can & try your best. Apply this principle to every task and at every point along the way. It sounds easy because that’s exactly what it is. However, the application needn’t become difficult if you fear it to be so. Words are mighty. Abusing them can negatively impact your life.


Nothing is impossible because the mind has imagination, and imagination lives in the unknown. If we all have it, then why do so many people fear attempting the impossible in their lives? Imagination believes in you, why don’t you believe in it, too? It makes no sense. You must do what you can & give it your best. The biggest need of humans is to connect. Many dread to be embarrassed before others. Nonetheless, when you reach for your goals, there is no shame. Just a person realizing a dream.

It’s called
 going to work – on yourself. Is going to work peculiar? Do you laugh at commuters going to work? Anyone who does is not worth acknowledgement. So go after your dreams! Seek what you can & give it your best shot. The output is part of a sequence that only 
know the final look of – so ignore how modest its status may appear. Despite its great achievement potential & limitless capacity, the mind still requires us to start any engagement with a first step.

Use your imagination. It’s your genius. You will disprove to yourself that you’re not one when you begin achieving with & through your genius. Use your mind. Use your creativity. Think out the box. If you don’t know what a box is, you’re doing good, already. Any feeble start is an advancement to something colossal because it comes from your natural customization of the largest, worldwide power: The human mind. Hone into your strengths & likes, then develop your skills out of them. Work hard on them like you never had the gifts in the first place. Procrastination is the foe of imagination,
 fight it!
 If you have to do just one thing – do something. Whatever it is, just do it!

I'm Possible

Live in
 your world – that means don’t compare your life to others’. Learn what you can from others, but be grateful to be yourself. Stick to your plan daily & celebrate every little success. In time, you’ll realize you’re worth it. Then you’ll look back & be glad you proceeded on that journey with all the ups and downs. The mind & imagination feast off achievement. What that means is the more you achieve the less you feel anything at all is impossible.

“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.”

Theodore Roosevelt

Disclaimer: This article is for motivational purposes. I do not accept any liabilities that may arise on your part, for acting on it. And I include this disclaimer because a blogger who doesn’t take legalities seriously is only a conviction waiting to happen.



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Written by Dotun Adewunmi

I'm an online publisher from Nigeria dumb enough to care about saving the world. One of my blogs,, made runner-up in the World Summit Youth Awards 2010. In 2011, I completed a Next Generation Leaders e-course from the Internet society, Creativity, drawing, comics, photography, ballet, dance, humour, movies, music, critical thinking, progression, sports probably some others in between are my main interests.

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