Introverts are harder to get a partner, is that true? This is the status I read on Facebook. Makes me think about it, huh? Introverts are known for being quiet, shy, unable to get along, and various other labels. Like something that must be avoided. Because of the label above, the question arises, if an introverted character like that, how do you want to meet people? How do you find
A few weeks ago I had a review meeting with top management where I worked. After about an hour of reviewing the progress that I and the team made, he asked why my work was not in line with his expectations. Impressed there is no progress compared to the previous month’s meeting. He asked me if I had difficulties in working on the current tasks. Hmm… Frankly, I can’t answer.
We often hear, “Do your best.” “Do the best.” What exactly is doing the best, anyway? Have you done it already? How do you do it? What makes you say you’ve done it? Do you think, “do your best” is doing the best you can? As possible as you can? If so, what is the limit? Where are your limits? Try to remember, when you were a kid, you
How can some people look always happy all the time? Do they really feel it or it just how they look like? Is it only on the surface, not what they really feel, or it is truly what they feel? The answer is no, they don’t. They don’t always feel happy all the time. How can I say so? You don’t see their life 24 hours a day, do you?
Why I love motivational quotes I love quotes. I love motivational quotes even more. It wakes me up to do something meaningful in my life. It gives me spirit to do something. It gives me courage to start, taking risks, whatever it is. It makes me not afraid of failure. It makes me want to enjoy the process of chasing my dreams. And one of my favorite quotes is this