"What is the good reason for doing this?" - this is the question that I always ask myself before doing or trying something. For me, nothing exists without a purpose. So, I think you should ask yourself this question as well. This is because I see many people work hard on something for a long time, and they forgot the initial purpose for doing that. This leads to unhappiness and regret. Therefore, I am going to use my story of how I learned to code to let you know the importance of asking this question.
I have set my goals in 2020 and I want to share some of them to my social networks. By doing this, I want to know how my social networks impact on my goals. Also, I want to see how I can help them achieve their goals in 2020.
I share my efficient ways on how I learn. Being proactive. Connect everything that I learned. Emrace failure as a learning opportunity. Learn for my knowledge as well as my communication. Achieve a big thing by learning small things.
I watched a few interview videos of Robert Kiyosaki, the author of 'Rich Dad, Poor Dad', and hence I learned a few things from these videos. Therefore, I'm going to share with you in this post.
Happiness doesn't come from what we get done and repeat it regularly, but it comes from what makes us feel excited. I learned that my true sense of happiness comes from what I can do for helping others, it doesn't come from what I can do to get. Another lesson is that we connect to each other by the way we tell a story, not by the number or every technical knowledge we learn from school
It is your choice shows what you truly are far more than your abilities. Therefore, if you believe you're doing the right thing, you should ignore the noise around you.