I fully agree with you Charlene. But I am only human as most of us.
I have put “improvement of prioritization skills” under my lifelong self-exploration and constant improvement bucket list.
I really hope that I will manage to devote more hours to writing as I have always wanted.
Well and this is the point that I find completely problematic.
We spend our lives dreaming about a job that would makes us happy and content and in order to finally grab it we need to spend 1–2–5–10 years doing something we do not like. The trade-off most of the times is not in our favour.
That must have been probably one of the strongest poems you have ever written Julia.
It gave me the goose bumps as I was reading through it. And then I read it again and again. And then once more.
Keep doing what you are doing! :)
A popular truism is that you should apply to a job for the manager and not for the company.
I did not understand that until I had my own hands-on experience of how detrimental a manager’s role can be in your development, mental health, work-life balance and finally your remuneration.
Living away from home can be over-whelming in the beginning. I still remember that I could not sleep at all the first night I started living by myself a good 8 years ago.
But the thing is, the more you live by yourself, the more it becomes apparent that you cannot return home anymore. You cultivate your own habits and…
I could not agree more with you regarding learning and relearning and changing our mindset. You need to fail in order to realize all those valuable life lessons because no one learns by prospecting or following others people advices.
If you are not into it for the love of the game then you are doing it wrong. Success should…