Please post about your experience! I'm very curious to find out how you traveled all those places low budget! 💖
Asked by Self Love Coach
Thanks for reaching out, Pia! 🙌 Well, first of all, the planning takes quite some time, as you need to start organizing and researching in advance. You’ll also need creativity to find some extra ways that could save you some money while travelling. In my experience a willingness to sleep in cheaper accommodations and spend less on eating out/other leisure activities is also a must. But it all depends on each situation - whether you plan to work while travelling, to which part of the world you are heading to, how many countries you wish to visit and what is in your “must do/must see” list, as your budget might vary greatly depending on this. Here is a 5 min video blog, that I’ve made about travelling on a low budget, maybe you’ll find some useful tips there: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WbxhFg4H7Z0 And of course we can always arange a talk about this topic as well 🌻
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Some of the lessons I've learned so far....
✓You don't need to know everything before the process starts.
✓You shouldn't expect that the learning of language is for 2-3 mouths and then can stop learning.
✓Once you start to live in the country (where you want) , first you buy books that are written for children between the ages of 7-12. Never start with complicated texts, because you'll get tired and disappointed very quickly.
✓ Believe in yourself, ever when you have to repeat the same thing o word-three times, you must always continue to improve, especially when you want to give up.
✓Listen to music, try to translate short books, watch comedy shows, find friends who will motivate you to achieve what you're fighting for.
I HOPE I helped you a little. 🍁
Have a lot of thoughts buzzing in the head, but feel crap at articulating them to your team or others?
I feel you. It happens to me. ALL.THE.TIME! 🙄
You feel like you have a lot of ideas and have the reasoning why they are great and that you can take over the world with them. But when they come out of your mouth, what you say doesn’t have the same power when you vocalize them. And unfortunately what sounds great in your head just doesn’t translate to anything valuable, impressive or inspiring to your team.
Not all of us are born great orators, but when we have a passion, we can talk hours about it. Meaning, we have a bunch of words and sentences around the topic, but the key is to concentrate the most valuable part of the whole idea into a short pitch.
So…what to do?
Basically you have to practice explaining things to people. Here’s a few tips I from my experience, that I feel helped me a lot:
1️⃣ TREAT IT LIKE A STORY
“It all started, when…” Not everyone operates on the same level of information as you do, so even if it feels stupid and common sense most of the time when working in a team, start with giving a back story to why your topic/suggestion/idea is important. This introduction is a great way for you to keep the flow of your talk, have everyone onboard and not jump into the middle of the story where context might get lost for people that have less information about what you are telling.
2️⃣ HAVE A PLAN
Have the end goal in your head, where you want the listeners to be taken to by your story. Even if what you will be telling or discussing goes all different directions, you will have this powerful lighthouse - the main point that you want to conclude to.
3️⃣ BE PREPARED
if you have time, let’s say - have a meeting about something - do some research and challenge your idea asking WHY it is important to discuss and HOW it could be perceived different than you think. In that case - you will feel solid if you get these questions, will express your opinion more firmly, taking possible doubts into consideration, and increase the chance that conclusions will be made as you expected.
4️⃣ MAKE IT FLOW
Thoughts usually are very chaotic. In our heads, they are random keywords which you roughly know how to combine into this huge concept. Try putting your thoughts into text. When you do this exercise, you will be faced with a challenge of construction - have to write it down so that it has structure, flows nicely and makes sense in general. After doing so, you will have the structure in your head: what is starts from, why it matters, how you propose to approach it and what value will this idea bring to listeners.
🙃 P.S. See what I did here? I think Qoorio insights are a great way to start practising structuring your talks and inspiring your team 😉
I found this video really illustrating and wise with explanations. #Thermodynamics of Energy conversion are deeply analyzed, including the common point between #bond energy and external work. It is way too long to discuss it all, I will just highlight some key aspects.
In short, it states that bond energy could be transformed into other forms of energy by means of combining electrons at the outer orbital levels.
The way to think whether a reaction happens spontaneously or not, is by analyzing the combined effects of Enthalpy and Entropy, aka #Gibbs Free Energy.
Combustion is a typical spontaneous reaction from which useful work can be extracted.
For a reaction that does not take place spontaneously, say Hydrogen generation from plain water, an investment of useful work is required. The externally applied work can then drive the conversion.
This could also be read as a way to #store electrical energy in bond energy. Petrochemical companies are pushing hard for this, as they already have the infrastructure.
Bond energy can be ultimately released again, having kept stable the once instantaneous energy.
All #machines in the universe, including life, require a #external energy source.
#Energy can be found in Earth in fossil fuels, as has been typically done. Additionally, there is solar energy coming from our star. Nuclear power can be extracted from radioactive interactions. Wind is firstly provoked by external solar radiation.
Credits to Physics Videos by Eugene Khutoryansky