I’m a week away from completing my journaling challenge and all I can say today is that by writing this journaling for the last 23 days I have learnt things about myself. I have seen how I say things, how I express my emotions and what was lingering whilst I was writing these blog posts.
Today I was told that the job that was offered to me though exciting it will have a lower base salary than I originally expected. However, there is a whooping bonus I can’t overlook and if I achieve the goals I can claim those at the end of every quarter.
All of my life I have run away from bonuses, mainly I guess because I loved to be within my comfort zone and always avoided risk of any kind. Yet, in 2020 I have started to realise the importance of risk and learning from failure.
What filled me with enthusiasm today?
- Leading the exercise sessions and encouraging my friends to move their bodies for 4 minutes every two hours.
- Reading tweets about news from the Forestal Agents.
- Walking along the beach at lunch time.
What drained me of energy today?
Sitting down and doing nothing productive or that brings value to the company
What did I learn about myself today?
That I am scared of failure and risking.
That I need to man up and face it, because whatever happens I will learn from it. In the end I love the team and I really like the company so I will give it my best to it.