Many people are in a rush to achieve their goals that they impatiently take all the ‘shortcuts’ that come across their way. I have seen many videos or articles related to “shortcuts” in internet. How to master in 3 days or 4 days and many people are going behind that. But what is the rush? Why can’t we give our time and effort to master something? Is it because of time constraint people are going behind these shortcuts or just the eagerness of us to sought everything right now.
Nowadays people are more concerned about their health that they spend most of their valuable time in searching tips for losing weight and end up in these shortcuts without realizing that it wouldn't give them long lasting results. In reality, these shortcuts can only give disappointment and mental stress.
For instance, you cannot master a new language in one day. You need constant practicing and motivation to achieve that. Above all, you need to love what you do. If something is very difficult to learn we will keep it aside until we are in good mood. Studies say that when we are in good mood our brain acts faster and our productivity increases. So it is good to take breaks at least it would help us to assimilate what we have learned and help our brain to store it.
Nothing can be achieved in shorter period. You have to give your 100% effort and time to achieve your goal. I would say that instead of wasting time in searching for shortcuts we should actually look for some motivations. When you have motivation everything makes sense.
The key to long term success is dedication and consistent hard work and not the shortcuts. Did you ever imagine how it will be if we can master everything in just a single step?