Sunday, April 26, 2009

Planning is not just for work

Coming out of school and have been working for 2 years now.  I no longer have cirriculum to follow.  It is no longer the case that if you do X, you get an A.  In life, I can't seperate my career/working goal with my personal life as easily as when I was in school.  

All of a sudden, I realize it is all about what I want.  The first step to be successful can be as easy as deciding that you want to be successful.  Then, make a feasible plan with lots of help.  Coincidentally as I am thinking about this, a good friend at work send me info on developing personal life time goal -

I do agree with Ben Franklin (1706 - 1790): "By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail."


  1. I'm trying to figure out. It has been a confusing year so far. It is great that my South America trip triggers me in thinking of a lot of things about life but also put me into a very confusing phase right now. There's so much to figure out. However, I feel lucky to ask myself all these questions so early on in my life. :-P
    What about you Cronin?