10 years ago, I remember way back when I was younger, I tend to think about what would happen in 2 years, 5 years…and so on. People often say it take years to change your life. It’s not true (at all). It takes a moment. But it’s true that it may take years to get to the point of finally saying, “I am done”.
10 years later, I asked myself, “What is my biggest fear in life”? Regret. Looking back at my last 10 years, my biggest achievement is doing things I think I can’t do. If you want it badly enough, there are no limits. Last month, I’ve made a difficult decision ~ I am leaving my job of 10 years. I know if I don’t take a risk, I will never achieve my dreams. It’s not about quitting, it’s about keep moving.
I am happy that I have accomplished a lot over the last 10 years, both career and personal goals. I became a leader, I traveled around the globe (I’ve ticked a few destinations on my bucket list), I have a home I called my own, I learned new skills (dance, fitness, language, sports), I had lasik surgery and I put on braces (childhood dreams do come true!), I make new friends, I have new hobbies, I have constant and continuous support from my family and friends. I am a better me. It is time to start a new chapter.
The best journey to achievement ~ plan with a purpose, prepare positively and pursue persistently.
Next 10 years, be happy. What I am going to do next, I will make them the best journey.
10 years from now, I can say, I did what I want.. Dream, believe and achieve.