Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Personal Growth?

After a few dry days from posting, I would like to reflect on this few days that have been keeping me busy and tied up. Today, I manage to see a few Malaysian peers which was a good relief.

Ever since I landed here in the UK and undertaking a work of this scale, I never thought I would cope. I am thankful of the opportunity given and also the challenge ahead. The pressure of moving and managing a project at the same time never appealed to me but I believe I am prevailing.

I have survived through the first weekend of project deployment and am thankful for the support I have received from the people around me. The project was indeed a success based on the feedbacks I have received.

This experience has teached me to make key decisions and trust my instinct more. I used to get worried about petty things that distract me from my focus or main goals. It is also usual occurrences that I panic on things that can wait. Prioritization will be the right word or the solution I suppose. It is something that I am working towards achieving a balance of which I am sure that I can master with true dedication.

I have good news for tomorrow as I will be joining my new team for an event at the company’s main training hub. I would be waking up at 6.00a.m to get a train from Southampton to get myself there. I haven't packed yet but I am very keen and looking forward to yet more life enriching experiences there. I will bring my camera to snap a few pictures.

Thinking about things, I can’t wait for this weekend’s deployment and also making my way to Hamburg next week for a company meeting.

I promise pictures in the upcoming posts.

Take care everyone!


Song Yia said...

Good to hear that everything is going on well for you. Have fun in your team building and I can't wait to see you in Hamburg.

Jon said...

Hi Benny,

I have been following your journey for a little while. Your post are really interesting and have help me realize that I also get distracted and really focus on prioritization. Keep up the good work, and thanks for sharing your journeys with us.

bennyong said...

Thanks Jon for the words of encouragement. At times I feel like I can take on the world but at days I felt humbled. Well, that is life isn't it. Thanks once again and it is comments like yours that make my blog going! Cheers!