19 years old Tishya Shree is a 1st year M.B.B.S student. She is passionate for music and writing, and one of her hobby took shape to accommodate pages of her emotion enclosed within the Soul of this book. Her hobby of writing since childhood made to see her name for the first time in “Dream Bridges Success”. The only thing she wishes to remain evergreen is your love and support.
1. ‘Dream Bridges Success’ is your first book which seems interesting. what is special about this book compared to others in the same genre?
‘Dream Bridges Success’ is not just a book with motivational philosophy. The content of this book is written in the form of a conversation between two middle-class medical aspirants, which makes the book interesting. Also, the book is written in a very simple way for the convenience of the readers, which makes this book special.
2. One inspirational quote that you always look up to?
There is a quote:
“I never lose. Either I win or I learn.” -by Nelson Mandela. This is one quote I always look up to.
3. How do you make writing less stressful?
I never felt the need to make writing less stressful. Writing is not an additional work for me but it’s a way to express myself. For me, writing is not stressful but it’s a way to release stress.
4. What does success mean to you?
For every person the definition of success is different. When you will ask me, for me success is not just earning name, fame or money, but it’s about earning smiles of the needy ones. If a person’s success can’t even bring a smile on the face of the needy ones, that success is good for nothing. The day my money and position will be used in helping others, that day I will say I am successful.
5. Are you working on a new book? Any fantasy/YA/Fiction?
Yes, I am working on a new book which is about orphans. It’s actually a fiction but the struggle and emotion of an orphan is real.
6. Any thoughts on breaking depression and loneliness?
There is no such word like depression or loneliness. Everything starts from our mind. It’s we who make ourselves depressed by overthinking. A very simple way to overcome depression or loneliness is to make yourself busy. Do whatever you like to do. Your hobbies can help you with this. If you like painting, singing, writing, dancing or anything else just go for it and try to engage your mind. Once your mind is diverted you will no longer be depressed.
7. What do you think was the greatest turning point of your life?
Of course, writing “Dream Bridges Success”. I never knew that I could be a writer. Because of my loneliness, the diary became my best friend, and I started writing my thoughts and it became a book, which changed my life.
8. What would be the number one piece of advice you’d give to someone who is currently struggling with life?
“Don’t think that you are struggling, think you are in your training periods and you are learning.” Hard work always pays. And if a person is struggling after working hard, he/she will be successful but struggle is a part of success. So, just enjoy even your struggles and always think positive because a positive mind in a negative situation can change the whole scenario
9. If your life is your message, what would you like that message to be?
“Live for those who don’t even know the purpose of their living.”
10. Any message for readers of this blog?
The only thing I would like to say to the readers is, believe in yourself and let not the society decide what you can and what you can’t do.
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