Managing micro failures!

Managing micro failure is a lesson I have learnt in the past five years. When you move abroad you apply for many jobs, have interviews and maybe trial shifts.

Eighty five per cent are unsuccessful. Companies don’t even read your resume most of the time. It’s normal, this is the game.

In the end, to get what you want, it is the courage to continue that counts!

Get ready, it’s your turn!

I’m fascinated by the fact that the past 5 years of my life, and the direction now it’s taking, is fundamentally a result of the choices I have made, which have had consequences from which I was able to benefit from in the short and long term.

I’m fascinated about the opportunities arising from the past 5 years of hard work that will be the foundation of the next 5 years, which will seemingly be based on hard work & striving to make the right choices as a means of collecting the long term benefits.

I’m fascinated about the long term benefits I can reap if I make the right choices that, in turn, will open up new opportunities in the next 5 year time.

I’m fascinated about the fact that by deploying patience and getting ready for your turn, it’s never too late.

I’m fascinated about this formula, as it is predicated on meritocracy rather than shortcuts and tactics

I’m just setting up and chasing the next five years goals in hope of getting ready for my turn.