Osovo

The Great Power Of Asking

The Great Power Of Asking
Do not fear asking for what you want since there is absolutely nothing wrong in putting forth your requests to the world.

There are many among us who get scared to ask for what they want because they think that their request will be rejected.

But it's important (very important) to note that you lose nothing at all by asking for something.

And you potentially risk everything just because you didn't ask for something that you wanted.

Let's say you want me to write a detailed post about "stress management" on Osovo.

Now if you don't tell me that you want me to write a post on this topic then how in the world am I supposed to know that this is what you want me to write about.

Simply asking me to write a post on stress management greatly increases the chances of me writing about it.

There is another angle to this as well. A rather vital and interesting angle.

Let's say I don't accept your request and choose not to write a post on stress management.

Kindly note that there isn't a detailed post written about your desired topic before you asked me to write a post on stress management on Osovo.

And if I reject your request to write a post on this subject then all that you really didn't receive was something that wasn't available for you before you even asked me.

Do Not Click This


What I am saying is that there is absolutely and positively no risk or harm in asking for something that you want because whether you get it or don't get it you don't lose a thing by asking for it.

Statistical estimates reveal that most successful people move ahead in life and usually get what they want simply because they have cultivated the clever habit of asking for whatever they want from others and the world around them.

Ask away.

Don't stop yourself from asking for what you want ever again.

Banish your asking fears to the deepest dungeon of Sarajevo.

Ask and you shall receive, seek and you shall find, knock on the locked door and it shall be opened to you.

Believe in the power of asking and your life shall change for the better.

Savio DSilva
Savio DSilva
Audio Book Creator. Life Coach. Soft Skills Trainer. Counselor.
Meditation Practitioner. Food Technologist. Frugal Marketer.

More Success Tips



Disclaimer | Privacy Policy | Contact Osovo | Give Feedback

Osovo