Life is a mess enjoy it

Have you ever seen an upset monkey? If not, look at yourself in a mirror when you are upset. Kidding! Don’t give me crap. Monkeys are never upset. They believe “Life is too short to worry about small things.” They never get bored, even in a place they don’t like. They enjoy every moment of their life, jumping from one branch to another. They appreciate everything life gives them every second.

What about you? How do you react when you are in a mess? Do you get depressed? Is your cool mind filled with frustration? Do you punch the wall? Do you hit your head hard with a bottle of beer? How did the last failure crush you? Are you still dripping off tears because you failed to achieve your last target?

Leaders always stay calm and cool. Whatever the situation is, they do not hamper their inner peace. It doesn’t matter, if you have been demoted or transferred somewhere, you must find your happiness wherever you go. A magnificent leader has no problem in their life. It is true, they never take any situation as a problem. They take every circumstance as a challenge. For them, the problem is just terms and conditions, the question is whether you agree with it or not. Though it doesn’t matter if you don’t agree because at the end you have to click on, ‘I agree and accept’.

This happens in every organization. It doesn’t matter how you react to those terms and conditions, your organization has thrown it on you and you have to agree with it or go somewhere else.

They don’t allow any negative situation to influence their mind. How you respond to unfavorable circumstances, determines how effective a leader you are. If you start taking every problem as an opportunity, your squad will perform very well. This mindset will influence the mindset of your squad too. If you make them believe, every problem is an opportunity to show their best, they will start performing in another way, ultimately giving a massive outcome. Before that, you have to deal with the mess. You need to love it. Once you start loving it, you will become habitual to it. Things start changing when you start dealing with it with affection. Before that, you will have to believe it is an opportunity, before making others believe in it.



This scene is taken from the book “Struggle Scream Success.” The author, Banty Barman, a twenty-six years old lone wolf has beautifully depicted 101 leadership lessons for entrepreneurs from his experience of six incredible years in the direct selling industry. Born and raised in Kolkata, WB and completed his graduation from Calcutta University. His first title “A Mistake that changed my Life.” is a love story where he depicted his true love and emotions for his school life girlfriend in it. Contact him at


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