I finally reach a milestone, the BIG 3.0, a few months ago and never thought it will get here this soon. Bye to the 20s and hello 30s! Time to build.
I do hope that with ages, will come experiences, knowledges and wisdoms for personal growth.
Here are a few things I did over the years and a few things in my bucket list that I will love to do in the next 30 years. What’s your list like?As I reflected on the last 30 years of experiences in my life (the things and places I see, visited and have done), altho many has been achieved and experienced, I cannot wait for what the future hold in store for me to discover. I did not think that the BIG 30 will get here so soon. Cheer to 30s!
One of the things I enjoy blogging is reblogging anything I see that caught my attention on the web. I reblog such thing as a self-reminder to myself for future reference to reflect back on. I happen to read this article “10 Things Extraordinary People Say Every Day” on Linkedin website a few days ago when I was fixing my information on my Linkedin profile. I find this article to be quite interesting because it is such an awesome article to read for personal growth and self-improvement.
I also realized that I already do some of the 10 things on this article list on my daily base but some of them, I still needs to improve or polish myself on it. As I was reading the article information, I find it to be very beneficial information to store for one to become a better person and also extraordinary successful if one is to apply the concept correctly to one benefit.
10 Things Extraordinary People Say Every Day
They’re small things, but each has the power to dramatically change someone’s day. Including yours.
Want to make a huge difference in someone’s life? Here are things you should say every day to your employees, colleagues, family members, friends, and everyone you care about:
“Here’s what I’m thinking.”
You’re in charge, but that doesn’t mean you’re smarter, savvier, or more insightful than everyone else. Back up your statements and decisions. Give reasons. Justify with logic, not with position or authority.
Though taking the time to explain your decisions opens those decisions up to discussion or criticism, it also opens up your decisions to improvement.
Authority can make you “right,” but collaboration makes everyone right–and makes everyone pull together.