“If you only do what you can do, you will never be more than what you are now” – Master Shifu.
Ok, like most of other blogger out there, we sometimes skipped blogging by getting busy with daily life, whether it’s work or personal matters.
It’s been a crazy hell of roller coaster ride for these past few months. I don’t want to bore you by getting mellow of what I’ve been through lately, but at this moment, sipping wine and holding cigs to try and calm myself down at dawn, I would like to share with you how PR it’s not just a profession. It has been a way of life for me.
One of the most important skill that PR people need to have is the ability to look things in various different angle. To dig deeper and find interesting stories to tell. In work life, there’s almost no reason you can’t find a story out of something. Sometimes you even get pressured to generate stories out of thin air. Squeezing your brain to its last inch.
Same with life.
No matter what you’ve gone through, the clock is still ticking and you need to survive minute by minute.
You’re the only person that knows the topic in your life and has the best knowledge and experience to dig deeper and find another perspective. Just like how we brainstorm to find new ideas, let out all of your thoughts, good and bad. The bird eye view is always the best way to have an objective perspective of life. Like I mentioned on my previous post, avoid the perspective of eye level, it won’t make any difference.
You might say it’s hard, but what’s life without challenges? Did you graduate school without taking tests that require you to study day and night?
Here’s for everyone out there who’s going through tough times. The sun sets and rises. There’s always light at the end of the tunnel.
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