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The Digital World is the New Real World

Updated on May 11, 2019

“Success in the time of hypothetical reality is possible”.

I have always wanted to do my own creations, make them valid and get my own contribution in this world noticeable. I have wanted to create my own business, do the best at it and be the best at it. I dreamt about becoming the Girl boss of my own world and my own fantasy; doing something valuable that the world would appreciate, like, support and mainly, benefit from. I wanted to be at my own pace of seeking creativity too.
For me; I write articles, poems, photograph and hope to decorate houses one day. I look up to the best of the interior. And for the rest of the people on this planet; there are plenty of interesting ideas that need to be validated and become valuable, yet it doesn’t seem to be working in the real world. Nobody has noticed my love for writing or any other thing I’m interested in being good at, not in the university’s magazine, not in the local newspaper and of course not in the book publishing industries. And so does many people in this world.
However, once you are introduced to the online world; all the impossibilities seem to be vanishing away. Frankly, I consider the online world as a chance giver for the creative people around the world to be able to create their own move and still hang on to the silver lining in the world of impossible.
The online world offered me a chance to start chasing my dream, to start working on it and to create my own business. Even though I have not officially created an actual business yet, but I simply got the chance to take the first step into it, into making the journey of this business become real, so I could share my own value and be the Girl boss in my own world.
Success is never easy, and one must work harder than he thinks he should, and in the real world, it seems like a mirage that you could not catch along the run. Sometimes no matter how hard you try, it seems that it is not enough at the end. But, our online world made it easy for dreamers to seek after their dreams, and to make their step towards achieving whatever they have to do as a fingerprint on this world.
I appreciate our online world, and everyone should too because it is not hypothetical anymore. It is becoming a reality more and more each day. It is becoming the actual market for the sellers to actually share their creative products and be able to find a way to be seen, valued and get them started.
You chat with your family and friends online, you sell your products online, you learn and teach online, you sell and buy items online, you write, photograph, design, talk, make videos, make films all online. Even currencies are becoming digital and are being exchanged online.And what is common between both worlds in order to be successful, is the confidence you have to have in order to conquer your best life and that is the most important factor of moving forward.

So, no matter who you are! What you like to do! What you aim at creating, there is always a way out of impossible and this digital world is actually becoming our only real world.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2019 Yasmeen Ghazal


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