Is something happened to me lately.
It came one after another, but this time I didn’t mind at all and somewhat enjoying it.
When you want a change, change something and let it roll to the next change. So, it doesn’t mean a bad thing.
So, seize the opportunity~! To the change that you want.
This week reading is about failure.
It’s definitely not the desirable outcome for all of us. But sometimes it’s inevitable.
Yes, I failed my PMP test last week. It’s frustrating when I saw the result after the test. I’ll do better next time.
We value things which are hard to get
That’s what the speaker said in a seminar I attended in the office yesterday. Do you agree?
When I put lots of effort into it, I’ll take a good care of it so that I won’t lose it. I’ll remember the journey and the hardship to get it.
and sometimes you need to bargain.
Bargaining is the art of getting things we want.
When I started to jog, I can only run for 2km. And I was super tired. I told myself, man, I don’t have the stamina to jog or jogging/running related activities is not suitable for me.
On good days, I ran 2km or 5 laps of running tracks. But I told myself to run at least 3 laps and don’t walk.
I hardly able to go beyond that distance. Either shorter or just meet 2km nicely.
Continue reading “To be a fitter me”
Doing the right thing doesn’t necessarily mean right.
Because as a doer we always think that what we do is the right thing.
Doing the wrong thing doesn’t necessarily mean wrong.
Sometimes you need to do wrong to realize what’s right.
That’s what my swimming coach told us last Wednesday. He explained when you’re in the water, it’s easy to lose the sense of direction and movement.
You need someone to help you to see and point where you do wrong.
Or need a coach or a mentor.
And here is the story behind it.
Continue reading “Is it wrong?”
My second attempt to a multisport event. The first one was Duathlon few months back.
Swimming is my weakest. I trained a lot for this segment. But it’s still a long way to go.
I was so nervous the day before the event. But in the end I pulled it through. I think, I just need to push my limit.
Looking at my result, I feel accomplished that I was able to complete it.
My friends told me to try the next category next year. Should I?
Maybe I should. I started to like this sports.