Thursday, 29 November 2018

Get Out There Make Mistakes

Get out there make mistakes. Learn from them. Build on the new experiences  Exploring the Australian Continent is a huge adventure in the making. 

In this post, Susan Lewis shares with you one such incident. The incident has led through a domino effect of learning and relearning.

Simply not thinking about double-checking a date lead to some interesting learning curves. Although in the video the experience relates to Digital Learning the message still is effective.  As stated learning can be where, anytime and anything! Susan's latest topic range being organizing the stream lining  of  'affiliate marketing cognitive basis' learning.  Surprisingly many of these areas kept popping up during the months both pre- and -post the Momentum Day in 2018.

Go Get Out There Make Mistakes

Without further ado, just get out there and make mistakes.  Learn from those mistakes. Learning from mistakes takes a certain state of mind. As seen in  the video called "Challenge yourself to make mistakes by learning!" 

The example that follows relates to the recent experience was not checking the dates on the flight to Coolangatta [ New South Wales / Queensland border] Australia.

Actually, the right date and wrong month was booked by the consultant. The travel consultant was surprised at the low cost. Neither of us questioned the amounts and three weeks later I called in to collect that ticket. Again not looking at the date.

On the date prior [ it was because there was an early flight booking [ like 1am] boarding that I arrived at 10 pm to the airport. Tired and excited to finally get on my way.

The Susan Lewis Marketing site was up and smoothly running. Okay not quite conventional but was all connected and ready for more work once arrived and hooked into the internet.

However, according to the airports booking people I was 'Early", "Really early." "Very early." "No, like a month early!"

Jaw-dropping experiences I can tell you.

Sleeping at the airport was not what I had intended. Not before I had left as well as on arrival. Flying in late the next day had a stop on Sydney.

Arriving at Coolangatta Queensland time [ an hour ahead] 8pm absolutely tired. Finally caught a taxi to "anywhere there is a bed nearby" And best of all the Coolingatta Youth Hostel was less than 10 minutes walk away.

Now, this is the third time in my life I've stayed in a hostel. The standards of the places I've stayed at are really great.

Sure there are shared or single rooms. When tired pull the curtains and sleep as others respect your privacy.

And better yet ask for a spare sheet or two. Like a bed with a drape create yours by closing out the sunlight as best as you can. Simply open up these and that allows people to know you are not in there asleep or having a time out with-in the curtains.

In conclusion: Before you accept the ticket to be printed check the dates on the tickets match you already sorted out travel arrangements. Head out the door of that travel agency understanding the contact details in case of emergency. Have those details programmed in the phone taken with you?

Tuesday, 27 November 2018

Up Early Thinking Peace

Surprisingly the need to re-energize in the morning had surfaced. Leading up to the exploration of travel again the 2014 trip to Sydney had surprising revelations. These covered things like the intense need to just be by myself.

In this post Susan Lewis takes you through her steps of having  a familiar routine whilst travelling.  A 'let your hair down, relax and all is well routine to seek that inner peace.

 These early times were accompanied by the dog left in my care. You know...... mum I want that puppy and a few years later "Mum will you look after the dog. I've got to work early and am too tired...." So the dog and I would go on long walks early morning and evening. In between there was the disturbed sleep patterns.

 Experiencing these frequent mental blowout while learning a whole heap of just randomized information and down the emotions would go.

 Walking every possible time during the day brought up these emotional thresholds. Took only a few days to realize how valuable these tie outs were.

later reading about the bodies absorption of the chemical serration these early morning walks became especially potent.

Now though when I am at a busy timed place such as a conference, there is time simply spent walking the streets near the venue.   Half an  hour one way and back.  Then another way and back. Familiarizing myself with these visual mapping key points is doubly important.  Like
a)  The distance a half hour will take up... in one line and back.
Six Figure Mentors Momentum Day 2017 in Perth, Australia
Large plant in a park in Perth.  Western Australia.  Australia
b) Interesting places to go see.  Speak with people at.  Take photographs.
c) Where are the public amenities.

Actually the list of why walk in the morning this early has gained attribution.

Either way there are two primary reasons why you should  have an "up early thinking peace" time.
the first simply is finding your balance to start the day refreshed and aware.

The second is location.  Out for a break at least you recognizing a coffee shop, a church steeple, a flower garden.  Or best of all the venue is of terrific asset.

Subsequently from walking in the early mornings around parks and quiet places in Churchill. Victoria to now going to Perth, an finding a park to capture peace from with again   l'd also gone to the beach in Gold Coast.

Next year there is a training in an isolated area of Texas, USA.  So glad for some outdoor and hiking skills as at least I may be able to spot where the campsites are.

So traveling and arrival.  Plus all the things between have become a fun thing to look forward to.  Then you get to read them and maybe you too can gradually work your way forward as well.

Today, may you find the love of self you have been looking for.

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