How to get Everything you want (7)

I’m back with Part 7 of How to get Everything you want.

I’m writing this when I’ve suddenly got stuck at writing. There’s one concrete truth: I can’t seem to put any concrete conclusion into words at the moment. Yes, we do get stuck sometimes, it happens, especially when we’re trying to make great and difficult things happen (well if no one gets stuck, at some points, while making dreams happen then we should all be drunk celebrating by now). Let me write about getting stuck then.

But first, let’s take a selfie of the new you who is now in control of your own destiny. I’m on the same bus, here’s my selfie of the day – “I’m Queen of my own destiny”:


Here’s our journey until now:

How to get Everything you want (THEN WHAT?)

Part 1: Every (great) thing in life starts with a vision. Create your vision!

Part 2: Count what you have AND what you don’t yet have; be grateful for both!

Part 3: Take a walk

Part 4: Create your A—>B agenda. Stick to it.

Part 5: Do your homework. Research. Get to know-how (at least theoretically).

Part 6: Differentiate between pure fairy tales and ambitious (but doable) dreams.

When you’ve decided that you’d start working hard to turn an ambitious (but doable) dream into reality, then you got stuck sometimes (as I do now), do this:

Part 7: When you get stuck, unplug yourself from work for a while, go out and enjoy life. Set yourself time to come back to work.

That’s exactly what I’m gonna do for the rest of the week. I will travel to my favorite region of Vietnam, the Mekong Delta.

I will come back with Part 8 next Monday, I promise you (and myself). For now I’ll just slow myself down and soak in river life. I know I will find inspirations.



– Skye 


2 thoughts on “How to get Everything you want (7)

  1. Skye, I really needed to read this! I feel like I have too many ideas and then I get stuck. Then suddenly someone says something that isn’t the most positive, and I get insecure and think my ideas are silly. Or I see someone’s great success and feel insecure, like i can’t do this writing business anymore. You made me feel so much better and I’m grateful to have a fellow blogger like you!!! I love your attitude and I’m happy for you and your little hiatus!! 🙂

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