One of the questions I dreaded the most during job interviews was “What’s your 5-year plan?” or “Where do you see yourself in 3 to 5 years?”. I had no idea about what to say. I would come up with something completely fake just to make them understand that I was planning to build my career in the company. The truth is I had no idea what direction I wanted to give to my career. And since I didn’t know it, my focus was on these two things: “am I qualified to do the job?” and “how much will I earn?”.
As much as we want our loved ones to not getting hurt in a relationship or failing in a business, we warn them too much. Too much that, only few people will take the risk to do what they feel deep down in their guts that’s the right thing to do.
By waiting and doing nothing except allowing yourself to believe that you don’t have enough time or that you’re too old or enough experienced (and etc.), how many opportunities are you missing to actually achieve your current desire?
Since we came back in France, I was feeling kinda lost and my heart was not into writing anymore. So I stopped for a while trying to focus on myself and not getting distracted by some critics that people would tell me. Of course it’s easier said than done. Especially when it’s your love ones that criticize you the more. Although I know that in their perspective, it’s a way to say I love you. But sometimes you just can’t help it and feel down about it.
You have two choices.
When you’re feeling lost, you tend to spend a lot of your time in your head.
No matter what you do, it makes you feel bad.
The routine has settle down and without noticing it you spend less and less time with each other. You find all sorts of excuses for not hanging out with your partner. You’re too busy with work, you already have that drink with your friends, …
How often do you listen to someone saying “believe in yourself”?
It was a Monday morning. Monday 16supth/sup of December, 2013. The alarm rang. Time to get up to prepare myself to go to work.