What was one lesson you learned in 2011?
We are constantly growing and learning in life. Looking over this year, what was one lesson you learned?
I learned that taking risks would sometimes make you happy because you're actually doing decisions which make you happy.
Time and tide waits for no one. Its best to live each moment. Have no regrets and make each moment counts. A moment too soon becomes a memory. Its in our past. Lets make our time memorable; so our past is full of fond recollections. Our entire past forms a part of our collective self. It helps us propel ourselves forward with enthusiasm over a past and optimistic anticipation for what is to come in the future. Its the perfect place to be - the present moment. I learned the value of living the moments and not waiting for a phase to pass. Life is happening as we speak. Its best we live it and not have regrets. Its best we not wait for life to start. Its best we start life this second even when things seems so difficult. Difficulty is part of life. Great question. Thanks.
2011 is really worst year for me. I have face a lot of problems in this year. But i learned that when your bad time starts even your shadow leave you alone in this hostile world. No one there to help you out except your own willing.
So I learned never trust anyone except your own ability that you can do what you want to do.
Living your dream work situation (for me that's self employment) can be a dream, but is mostly hard work. However, that hard work is not oppressive because you are doing what you love and that is reward itself. It takes risks and tough decision making to reach the point where you step out of the "work mould" and start up your own business, but you find attributes you never knew you had or they hadn't been nurtured before. Great year and looking forward to a fantastic 2012.
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