Top ten things i want to do before i die


Accepting Indiblogger’s Indispire prompt of the week for the 20th edition to write “ten things I want to do before I die” here is my list :

  1. I want to acquire knowledge as much as I can, not subject specified!
  2. I want to travel to the lengths and breaths of the world; so that I can say I was in it and discovered it!
  3. I want to make each and every one proud who have been there for me and who look up-to me!
  4. I want to sky-dive like a free bird (with proper equipments, I don’t want to die)
  5. I want to trek Mt. Everest! Sounds tough thou!
  6. I want to accumulate courage to swim in ice cold water (just like in Antarctica) sensation would be epic!
  7. I want to do a road trip across India on a Bike with my bestie
  8. I always wish that I could fly a plane … so ya … thou I know how to ride 2 wheeler and drive a four wheeler .. next stop – fly a plane …
  9. Have a dinner with our Prime Minister and showcase common man issues!
  10. I want one of my articles to be get published in wordpress FRESHLY PRESSED!

This post is part of Indibogger Indispire writing on the topic of 20th Issue :

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Lets post our Bucket List: Ten Things You Would Want To Do, no let me rephrase, TEN THINGS YOU MUST DO BEFORE YOU DIE or else you would feel like a loser on a death bed? lets share and motivate each other about life. Lets Dream about life, your life. #LifeDeathBucketList

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Overcome Shyness


overcome shyness

Everyone feels shy sometimes, but being too shy can hamper many aspects of your life.

Things You’ll Need:

Self-esteem Books

Step 1 – Determine why you’re shy in the first place. For example, are you scared of what someone might say about your physical appearance? Remember, there’s an underlying reason for how you react in situations.

Step 2 – Act as if you’re not shy. In private, behave as if you’re oozing confidence. Hold your chin up, stick your chest out, add a swagger to your walk and speak firmly. It may seem ridiculous, but you will see results when you’re out in public.

Step 3 – Practice making eye contact and smiling in your interactions with others. Strike up casual conversations with strangers about weather or current events.

Step 4 – Look your best. One way to improve self-consciousness is to always look good and limit ways you can be self-critical.

Step 5 – Lower your fear of rejection by imagining the worst possible outcome. If you approach someone, they may say “no” or they may just walk away. Absolutely everybody has been rejected at some point, but no one has to dwell on it.

Step 6 – Look and learn. Watching friends or even strangers who aren’t shy is a good way to learn some tips first-hand.

Step 7 – Feel positive about yourself, don’t get frustrated and have fun. Remember, the real goal is to find someone who will like you for who you are.