In part one of “What I Wish I Knew When I Was Young”, I talked about some foundational ideas, the building blocks to life: self-confidence, -love, and -awareness; cultivating relationships; and embracing your mistakes. Here’s part two of what I wish I’d learned a little sooner.
You ever wish you could go back in time just so you could have a conversation with your younger self to let her know everything you know today? Ah, if only I could turn back time to teach her all the things I’ve learned up until now: the things I wish I knew when I was young.
Changing your negative mood into a positive one takes introspection, and the ability to look at your situation from a new perspective. It’s not impossible – it can be done. You just have to be willing to look beyond the surface to get inside yourself, understand and change the scenario.
Oh, The Places You’ll Go! ~Dr. Seuss
Today kicks off the New York Travel Festival’s (NY Trav Fest) multi-day event featuring interactive discussions and demonstrations about trending topics in the travel industry.