Happy new year folks! What are you doing over the new year? Having fun is important but while you have a wee bit of time off, I strongly recommend that you spend a bit of time reflecting on the past year by listing up all the things you did in 2013 that you feel worth writing down.
Does your list look good? if so great! If not then write down what you are going to do in 2014 and aim to achieve so that you will be happy with your list when reflecting on it in 2015.
Below is a list of some of the notable stuff that I done in 2013 with my small team.
And below is a list of some of the things that I want to do with my team in 2014. Its kind of a roadmap without dates on it ^^;
However - most of the stuff that we did in 2013 was not planned at all which came about from meeting and networking with new folks.
I'm going to leave you with a wall of photos in no particular order which cover just some of what we did in 2013.
Before I leave you however, I would like to thank all veterans for your continued support and a big Hello! to all our new comrades who have decided that they want to support what we do by reading my babblings on this site or following me on my various social media networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LINE, Google+ or my RSS feed.
There is just one more thing I want to leave you with - one of the learnings that I gained in 2013.
If you are experiencing constant hurdles such as disappointments, back stabbing and facing a huge void of unknowns - just as long as you get up quickly each time you stumble on a hurdle, you are on your way to reaching your big goal.
Did you fail at something when trying to reach your goal? There is no such thing as "failure" - only "learnings" which you will need to reach your goal.
Experiencing constant disappointments will provoke you to easily throw in the towel and when you do that then that is the moment when you give up on your goal.
Goals that you set for yourself have varying difficulty levels - its up to you to decide whether you want to live a life fulfilling small goals easily or take on bigger goals which demand more from you. Which are you?