By- UmmeSalama Arsiwala

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UmmeSalama Arsiwala


How to be successful in life?


Why would you give up one something that you can’t go a day without thinking about? If you truly want to get it, fight for it! No matter how big or small your dreams are, you’ll earn massive respect and that’s a given.


There’s no longer a competition of knowledge. There’s competition for experience, learning, adaptability and independent thinking. If you think like a machine, a problem is bound to occur.

History has seen masses of people with high IQ and EQ. The past was knowledge and manufacture driven. In the next 30 years the world is going to change. The future will look for creativity and stability.

Along with IQ and EQ, the world needs LQ, the quotient of love. You require people to help you succeed and there’s no argument regarding that.


No one believed the internet was worthy but now the internet is testing because all the smart people go there. That requires you to go to the off ground. But if you continue to work hard there’s a possibility. If you give up there’s absolutely no occasion but if you keep trying there’s at least hope.

‘The Ideal Life’

From the ages 20 to 30 think for yourself. Follow the right path, the road which leads you to your passion. If you don’t make the time to create the life that you want, eventually you are going to spend a lot of time dealing with a life you don’t want.

From the ages 40 to 50 devour the things you built with your sweat and blood, and do it right. The age where you look back and thank yourself that you didn’t settle for anything less.

Make sure you live this age the way you always dreamt of it. A tip to live a lavish 40s: WORK HARD IN YOUR 20s.

From the ages 60 to 70 work on the youth. It’s obvious that they’ll execute tasks better than you. Nourish them, nurture them because they are the future. They are the carriers of the legacy of 15 billion years of cosmic evolution, us.

The youth and children are among the best the Lord has ever sent. They have the capacity to be wiser and have more impact on the world than any previous generation.

Is it worth it all?

When all is said and done, the million dollar question still remains - who knows how long we’re going to live?

There is a saying in Islam which goes as, ‘your livelihood will come to you in the same as death will.’ This in no way implies that you create an impression on the couch rather than the world but you shouldn’t worry about success so much that you forget why you’re working so hard in the first place.

The most dangerous risk of all is the risk of spending your life not doing what you want on the bet you can buy yourself freedom to do it later.

Be selfish with your time, and all the aspects of you. Tinker with curiosity, travel, explore, love a lot, love a little, and never touch the ground.

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