Im not sure where I’m going with this prompt post. But here goes nothing :).
As we get older, we are less willing to take moves that are considered risky to society. We like to stay comfortable . But when we see someone taking that risky move, no matter how big the risk is, we immediately ask if they have gone crazy!
Risk also comes with rewards. Depending on the situation, the reward may be a little different . For example, the spontaneous move to start anew in a different city, or even country, is a crazy idea. Risky because it means leaving everything behind to start new again. For sure ,that’s something everyone will ask if the person has lost their mind . But the reward , to me at least, is this is a chance to explore a new place and a new culture, to be exposed to different experiences, but also to learn more about one self .
I guess what I’m trying to say is: maybe we should start supporting and applauding those who take risks. They probably have put a lot of thought into it before making that risky move.
There’s risk to everything we do. So why not take that chance? Life is too short to not take any risks 🙂
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Maybe its just me. I always need something/ someone to help me organize the chaos of thoughts in my head.
When I need something to organize my thoughts, its usually related to school or things thats on my to do list. In my mind, that list seems really long and jumbled. But when I write it out, its actually a relatively short list. Why? because in my unorganized cloud of thoughts, the list has a lot of repeats. Hence, when organized the list is really short.
When I need someone to organize my thoughts, its usually related to life problems (i.e family things, problems etc.) They usually hear my unorganized thoughts in a massive ramble. They pick up the important points. And then organize it in a list for me. Again, what may seemed a lot things to organize isn’t very long. But having friends to organize my thoughts sometimes helps me see things differently. New ways and perspectives that I didn’t think of before.
Sometimes what may seem a lot isn’t actually a lot. Don’t be afraid to ask a friend for help when things seem overwhelming. Real friends won’t mind helping you organize your thoughts. Of course, you shouldn’t/wouldn’t mind to the same either. Because that’s what friends are for 🙂
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The path after undergrad is a foggy path . Nothing in the future is certain, and is covered by the fog and the unknown. But as we walk, the fog will lift. In time, this foggy path will turn into a clear one.
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I may have made a boo boo at work today. Who knows. I’ll find out tomorrow. I hope it won’t affect me too much (aka. get me fired). But what done is done. We all make mistakes. Some big. Some small. But the most important thing is to not dwell on it, and find ways to minimize the damage and be able to move on.
Minimal effort is not an option in the gym if we want set a new record in the gym.
Minimal effort is not an option when we want to be the best we can be or when we are trying to reach our goals.
Minimal effort doesn’t provide us the satisfaction of achieving something, it only provides us the feeling of just finishing something.