2014 is looking great. I have a job, and I am starting next Wednesday. I am pretty excited and nervous at the same time. I am mentally prepared to face all the challenges that work has to offer in the coming months and I am going to work really hard this year to really secure my career in the coming years.
I have still not come up with a new year resolution yet. I believe that it should be an iterative process. A process of constant change, multiple edits as you look at your life in multiple angles, using multiple lenses. That way, I believe that you should be getting a clearer picture of what you wanna achieve in your life in the year ahead. I am not sure what is in store for me when it comes to my work and my workplace. I am hoping for the best. There are however a few resolutions I can make to keep my mind focus on work. I think I can begin to come up with some achievable goals for myself for 2014 where work is concerned.
On health and fitness:
– Continue exercising and running 3 times a week, no matter what. Maintain and improve on your fitness level that you have worked hard on improving in the past 9 months. Remember, you have worked your ass off to get to where you are. Don’t give it all up and throw it down the drain.
– Get a silver in IPPT.
On my job and career:
– Have a terrific performance evaluation after my 6 month probation.
– Complete all training before any dateline stipulated.
– Secure a permanent position after the 1 year contract.
– Be proactive in everything you do.
– Do not procrastinate. It’s a sin.
– Ask when in doubt. Always.
– Be humble.
– Make mistakes, learn, move on.
On friends and family:
– Spend time with them on a regular basis.
– No excuses for passing on quality time with them should they ask for it.
– Always be there for them. Move mountains. Make miracles.
– Continue to expand my social circle, both personally and professionally.
– Reward yourself from time to time.
– Appreciate the simple things in life.
– From time to time, be alone. It perfectly ok.
– In times of crisis, it’s ok to cry.
– Always find your center. If you are lost, always ask myself; what am I doing this for? Why am I doing this? The answer just lie in front of you and it’s very simple.