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Traveling Can Enhances Your Emotional Intelligent

Cindy Yoseffa
Cindy Yoseffa
Hello Pals!
Actually, this week is the week for my vacation. But unfortunately, I didn’t get everything on point. It made me sad for a couple of days because I have to change the dates for all reservations that I already booked.

Venice, Italy
Venice, Italy
This is the first time in my life, that I missed my vacation because I wasn’t careful enough to check everything. Probably due to lockdown during the Covid-19 pandemic, I have difficulty to navigate the outside world. I learned a lot about how I handle stress in this situation.
This experience makes me realize, how important it is to travel to another country alone by yourself, with friends, and with your partner. We will learn:
  1. How you behave in difficult situation
  2. How open-minded you are to understand new culture or new perspective
  3. How confidence you are communicating with strangers
  4. How responsible you are with yourself (financially and emotionally)
This is why traveling can boost your knowledge about human interaction and yourself. Since that day, I promise myself, I’ll never take vacation for granted and will always have a voice on the back of my head: What can I learn about myself and others on this journey?
🧳 Which country do you really want to visit and why?
💌 Let me know via Twitter or E-Mail.
I wish you a great week!
❤️‍🔥 Cindy
What I enjoyed this week
Book -12 Rules for Life, An Antidote to Chaos by Jordan Peterson. This book has been really helpful to remind myself the reality of our human existence and the importance of having a healthy and fulfilling mindsets towards life to be able to have a good enough life.
Movie - The Hobbit Movies; Stories by Tolkien. I’m watching the movies long before I read the book and still not finished it yet. However, I want to emphasize my most favorite character in the movie Thranduil played by actor Lee Pace. The character is so beautiful, with a touch of anime feeling. Well, I must say, that there are so many lessons in the hobbits. I need more time to internalize it.
Tweet of The Week
Cindy Yoseffa
@lizfilips I’m reading #storyworthy by @MatthewDicks and experienced the same: When I journal my day to day life, I feel like, time moves slower, than when my days just passed without journaling. You can slower your time relatively. Time is relative.
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