During the long weekend, I was looking for something to watch on Netflix when I stumbled upon a title that piqued my interest. It was a Taiwanese drama entitled Life Plan A and B. It was only 6 episodes long so I gave it a try.
You have finally decided that you want to travel solo. You can’t wait to have a taste of that much needed sense of freedom and all the benefits of traveling solo has to offer. No need to worry about your travelling companion’s preferences and to adjust to someone else’s timetable. But before you pack your bags for your travel destination, there are things that you should take into consideration before you get all excited.
As we celebrate the Chinese New Year, have you been able to keep up with the resolutions that you have made for 2019? Are you still procrastinating about them? Are you losing momentum to work on your goals?
Most people dream of winning the lottery. However, did you know that according to several studies, 70% of lottery winners ended up broke within 5 years of winning? Similar studies also showed that the higher the amount of winnings, the higher the probability of getting bankrupt. Most lottery winners found themselves in even worse financial situation than before they became rich. So, where did it all go wrong?
My family and I love travelling. We love seeing new places, meeting new people and learning about different cultures. That’s why we make it a point to travel each time our schedule permits.
You will never achieve success unless you have an action plan and the courage to follow that plan. Your plan serves as the roadmap to your goal and although you may stumble and fail at some of the steps; consider this a detour.
A plan gives you confidence and the courage to take the steps to get closer to your goal. You may refine it every now and then to fit the circumstances but at least you will never get lost or too overwhelmed when things don’t go as you planned.
Your environment may be hindering your success. But if you really want to change your life, you must decide and commit yourself to finding ways to overcome your circumstances.
Make a plan. Start with the little things. Do what you can with your current resources and take bigger steps as you accomplish each goal. Don’t forget to celebrate each victory to motivate you to go forward.
Success starts with the decision to change; to do whatever needs to be done to get you closer to your goal. Decide. Plan. Do. More importantly, stay committed to your decision and don’t quit when bigger challenges come.