"Instead of trying to make radical changes in a short amount of time, just make small improvements every day that will gradually lead to the change you want. Each day, just focus on getting 1% better in whatever it is you’re trying to improve. That’s it. Just 1%."
We are often generous, kind, and caring with other people by spending time, empathizing, and even helping them find solutions to their problems, comforting them when things aren't working out as expected, or during harsh times such as breakups, getting laid-off from work, or simply failing at some basic life event. That's called being a … Continue reading Be your friend
Having personal or career issues? You’re far from being the first, last, or only one. We have all needed some form of help at some point, and most of us have also not looked for this help because we thought it was too small to ask for help and that we could either fix it … Continue reading It’s ok not to be ok
Perhaps one of the most underrated skills in life — figuring things out on the go, as you start a new job or a new project; while trying to learn a new language, skill, tool; or when trying to switch careers. It also works when you get lost during traveling or in life. Just figure it out. … Continue reading Figure it out
We weren’t born being a good person, or good at anything to be honest. We have learned on our way with methods such as trial and failing, formal and informal education, books and videos, and especially from people that have crossed our path. Nobody was born being a good person, student, teacher, instructor, runner, sports … Continue reading To be a good one
You see things differently, your mind thinks globally in several perspectives, you enjoy the moment and try to take in every piece of information and visual as much as possible (at least that’s what I try), you connect with yourself in a deeper way both spiritually and psychologically (especially when you travel solo), and a … Continue reading When you travel
Being solo.Traveling by myself.Doing things on my own.Running fast and far alone.Being independent from most things. I guess this is the middle child mentality and personality I’ve developed over the years and have strengthen after moving out for college and starting my professional career. I enjoy doing things by myself, but also sharing experiences with … Continue reading Riding solo