G is for Gobemouche i.e. credulous meaning a gullible person.
There are few people who find trusting a difficult task. That’s me! There are also some that trust easily. And some that can get convinced pretty easily without any hassle.
Sometimes I feel bad for such people because of being gullible they are either taken for a ride or their trust is just taken for granted. Due to their nature, they are used to being deceived multiple times.
It’s not good you know. They trust, they believe. The day they stop, even GOD wouldn’t be able to come down and change their minds. That’s what getting hurt can do to such people.
So if you know of people who are gullible (credulous) to a huge level, be with them, let them know what’s right. Doing nothing about this will be wrong. Attempt. Who knows, maybe us talking and making them realize will be of some help to them.
G is for Gradatim which means step by step.
Winning is never a one-stop to success recipe; nor is getting your life pulled together either! For all that we need to do things right, one at a time.
Doing too many things at once will always hurt. It’s not easy. It never will be. Look at the image below. You’ll understand!
For instance, I’ll use an example that I’ve used in a few blog posts earlier. In college, we had football tournaments. Without practice, we made a team and lost miserably in the first round itself.
Long story short, we got everything planned thereafter. Many hours of practice, feedback to each other on how to better the game for our benefit, etc got us on track. It’s that step by step process that gave us glory a year later! The same goes for studies and jobs.
Do you fail? Cool. Get up, find out the reasons why you couldn’t deliver. Be up to date with the industry, know your field, be confident, keep going for interviews. Step by step!
To check out my entries from 2015-2020 for the A-Z Challenge, CLICK HERE.
This post is written as a part of the A-Z challenge 2016 where bloggers from all around the world will blog for the whole month, daily based on all the alphabets in chronological order.