Think In Advance

1 comment

Being the only child for my parents, I admit sometimes I’m too rely on my parents especially on important matters – finance, banking, housing, car, etc. And honestly I feel too comfortable with it.

“You don’t have to think anything. Just study and make us happy,” that’s what my mom said a few years ago.

But the thing has changed. I’m not a school kid anymore. And I’m capable of getting cash through my own efforts. I realized my parents’ perception towards me had changed.

Honestly I feel shocked when my mom asked me these questions one day:

  • How much salary do you expected for yourself?
  • Which type of house do you want to live after marriage?
  • Which model of car do you want to use in the future?
  • How much do you plan to save per month from your salary?

I answered nothing.

My mom smiled and told me – you should think in advance.

It’s like a hard slap. I never think what will happen in the future. I do study but I never plan on my job. I do blogging but I never plan what will I do or how I would manage my sites 4-5 years from now.

We have to think in advance so we could plan what we want to do in the future. Or what we will be.

I guess here are some advantages of thinking in advance:

  • We have the chance to plan our future
  • We can predict what we want to be
  • We know what we want to achieve

That’s it. Think in advance!

p.s: Got call letter from National Service. Don’t they have the record of any candidate still studying? Absurd.

{ 1 comment… read it below or add one }

itp voip

Hello, of course this article is in fact pleasant and I have learned lot of
things from it about blogging. thanks.


Leave a Comment