Planning for 2006
It’s time to plan my new investment next year; I used to count the New Year in our own convention, when begins from the Jan 28th this year. It’s not a constant so that we need to re-count the New Year’s Eve in 2007. Ha, it’s not the point.
Make the target clear; it’s the most important coming first, no matter how big the bonuses I will win, or challenges I may face to. It will be suffering if you let both of them be blurry. It’s anguished enough when you’re not sure how much you will be redounded upon conquering the challenges; say nothing of your lean cognition about what you’re going to face indeed. It seems the fortune's wheel is twiddling with you, and challenging you time and time again with hopeless. But who runs your fortune’s wheel? It’s no one else but you. You chose the bonuses first, and then have to face the challenges. There won’t be any challenges as soon as you give up the bonuses you’re expecting. You know what I mean now? So change your focus from the challenge to the chance, asked yourself would you really hope that thing first, and then find the way to reach that point. Telling yourself how long you will work for it comes for the follow. Calculate the challenge, risk, and cost you may be charged with at the last step.
By this moment, you find what you want, how to achieve, how long it will last for, and how much you will pay for it. Ask yourself again if you still want to be even though. Choose your answer. “Yes?” Keep on doing it, and you should not complain about the destiny, you chose it. “No?” give it up, challenges will never appear. Don’t confuse the sequence and neglect your right of choice. Choice is the most distinguished, uncommon rights for a human being. We own our destiny because we choose; we lost our destiny because we’re chosen by others. It’s absolutely what we are strive for all our life.