Thank you for great experience 2015. And, please be kind to me 2016.
When I looked at my list in my phone,
- 3 items I moved it to parking lot because I have other more important priorities came up and no way I can do them unless I moved some of the items out.
- 1 unfinished item which is my weekly project to write one blog post per week. I missed out the last 4 weeks because I was travelling.
- 8 completed.
So, I managed pretty well for my resolution in 2015.
I started to follow how I created my resolution last year, through list in my phone. I bring back some of the items from last year because I feel the benefit of it.
Here are highlight of my 2015:
- To be connected with “real” people in the real world. Being a geek is not easy for me to get out from my shell and have real conversation with people. Don’t get me wrong, I like to have accompany, with the people I’m comfortable with. I prefer smaller group than bigger group. I also realised that I hardly connect with the people I know from previous workplace. So, in 2015, I met more people, not only from previous work place, but also from other encounters like high school, events, and many more.
- To move on. I really can’t. When I had my mind onto something, I’ll work to get it, even when I faced a wall, I’ll try to find a way to climb it if it’s unbreakable. However, there is so much I can do, life reminded me that there are other factors which plays apart. So, if I really can’t get it, I need to move on. It’s just not for me.
- To talk to more people. The right people. When you let your intention know to the right people, it’s one step closer to get what do you want. There is a saying, never try never know. If you never make your intent to be known. How are you going to achieve it?
- To break the big rock to smaller chunks. By setting up milestone each week, it will remind you about the progress. (Although I admit to start it and the process to make it as habit is hard, but once you get hang of it, it’s kinda automatic)
- To unload things. There only one us, and there is so much we can take in. So, it’s part of learning about the priority, to do the must-do first, and put the rest aside.
There are more lessons from 2015. But, those are the important ones. So, thank you 2015 for teaching me a lot of things. 2016, please be kind to me and looking forward to receive more lessons from you.
Happy new year~!