1/100, 3月5号2019, 周二
昨晚交了一个新的业力小伙伴 @towardssun — 我们要帮彼此学习与进步！@towardssun 想要把英文学好来，而我呢，中文英文都要学好来，写好来，讲好来！一起种种子吧！种子小小，果实大大！
[Gratitude Journal] There’s Countless Things To Be Grateful For
Day 1 of 100, 5 March 2019, Tuesday
Yesterday I made a new karmic partner Celine — we are helping each other to improve our languages! Celine wants to learn her English well, as for me, I want to learn both Chinese and English well, write well, and speak well! Let’s plant seeds together! Seeds are small, fruits are big!
Our commitment is to write at least a sentence: Celine in English, me in Chinese.
Starting with the gratitude journal, I will write at least one sentence in Chinese, and the rest in English!
So I guess the cold must have been brewing over the past few days and decided to unleash its full potential last night, so I’m officially down, but not out.
2019 so far has been nothing short of a cheetah, racing across January with 2.5 weeks in Sedona College of International Management (SCIM) for the DCI training. Followed by about 10 days of a major festive season in Asia, the Chinese New Year then the next, or the last, 3 weeks sped by too.
I left home on 15 February and landed in Singapore on 1 March for a quick dash back home to downsize my luggage for a last-minute trip to Xiamen & Quanzhou in China before finally returning home yesterday evening.
Finally I can pause and take a short breather, and to begin counting my blessings.
There’s really countless things to be grateful for…
1) Qiqi Upclose & Personal: Co-Founder of Action Pi
Extremely grateful to Qiqi, 行动派琦琦 the co-founder of Action Pi, a global leading youth learning community. A new breed of education enterprise.
There’s so much to share about the event itself, but for starters, I’m grateful to have had the opportunity to listen to the insights of a successful entrepreneur. She may be petite but she’s not a force to be reckoned with. Impactful, insightful and influential.
2) DCI & Action Pi
Extremely grateful to my bosses, the VPs of DCI, who groomed me and gave me countless opportunities. And with their trust, I was able to present 1 of the 2 foundational tools of the DCI seed system at the last 2 events.
In particular, the 4 Steps!
3) Action Pi’s team & DCI project manager Celine
The Action Pi team is young, energetic, and amazing. Thank you guys for your good work! And thank you for the thoughtful gift. And of course, Celine, who takes care of the project and us extremely well! Kind, responsible, responsive, very intelligent and dependable.
4) Jeann Zhuang (Hey, that’s me!)
For listening to my body to take it slow, even though there’s just so much to be done. For realising that even though my XiaoMi body composition scale tells me “Congratulations, you’re very healthy” even though I am feverish, having a sore throat, body ache and flu, I should rest more today.
Grateful to have the wisdom to take care of my own health—and thank you to Qiqi for the Chinese medicine.
It takes wisdom to realise that being busy doesn’t mean I’m productive. And attempting to accomplish a lot doesn’t mean I’m productive too.
5) Kuching Public Talk team
Thank you Allison, Felicia, Joanne, Mong Lian, Ric, Siaw Hui for taking time from your busy schedules to have a ZOOM call online so that we can discuss how to make the event a successful one. With the same motivation, to share the DCI seeds system to 500 people in Kuching so that they too can transform their lives with these universal principles!