Six Months have passed. We have visited 15 Countries. It’s hard to believe.
In each of the countries we have had unbelievable experiences that will be remembered for years to come. I have learned cialis cheap so much…
– Languages are the great equalizer. The more languages you can speak, the easier it is to communicate.
In China we missed out on numerous opportunities because of the language barrier but when we arrived in Australia and New Zealand daily living was a lot less stressful because there were no communication issues
.-Life will give you obstacles. They can be problems or opportunities. It’s up to the individual to decide which and deciding at the outset that you’ll only have opportunities can make all the difference.
-Anything you want in life will require you to work for it. There are no shortcuts. We live in society where most people want instant gratification. They want results ASAP. Whether it’s becoming a millionaire or losing weight or taking a trip around the world – but if you asked them what they’re doing to make it happen… What I’ve learned is that there no short cuts in life.
– The people who want “it” the most will work the hardest. I’ve seen people work 12 hour days, six days a week in Cambodia for so much less than what we have. Not once did I hear them complain. They all had goals and they knew that if they wanted to reach them the hard work was necessary. We all need some more of that drive.
Six months. 15 countries. Countless lessons. Can’t wait to see what the next six will bring.
Deep!!! but oh so true. Your philosophical perspective is validation and educational!! You the man “Ostrich Jockey”
Ish, your post is inspiring. My class loved reading about your 6 months abroad and the lessons you have learned. One student said “it sounds like the world is like our classroom” …talk about a lightbulb moment for my students. Thank you for sharing..again.
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