When those whom you've come to really on suddenly aren't there, it's as though you've lost a limb.
Category: From Accountancy to TEFL
“Travel Hacking: How I Live Without An Income” (From Accountancy to TEFL #6)
I can live 3 years without an income while I work on making something happen, this is how I did it.
“Are You Part of the Cargo or Member of the Crew?” (From Accountancy to TEFL #5)
Those deemed essential will always stay on while those seen as disposable are tossed overboard.
“A Wrong Does Not Right A Wrong” (From Accountancy to TEFL #4)
If you are pursuing something and begin to think, "this ain't me" on the other side of your shoulder there'll be a voice whispering, "but you've already put so much time into this." That's sunk cost fallacy.
“Plan But Leave Room For Adjustments” (From Accountancy to TEFL #3)
That last summer as a college boy, I worked as an accounting intern. I was working a day job and living on my own. I was set. But I failed to leave room for adjustment.
“Caught in a Rat Race” (From Accountancy to TEFL #2)
Work, school, work, school. I got blown off by my professor as being nothing special because I wasn't. I was in a premature rat race where I put in 100% of my efforts towards meeting obligations and 0% towards going after dreams.
Prologue: “Going Practical” (From Accountancy to TEFL #1)
The practical choice ain't always the right choice, but that's the choice I made in high school.