09 April 2012
The New World
Published in JeForceX by Project JeForceX
A new day, a new week, a new month, a new year, a new world and a new set of challenges for all of us!
The world we live in today is no longer what it used to be yesterday. Our society has been changing at a very fast pace and will continue to do so at an even faster pace tomorrow. You will be left behind if you choose not to keep yourself up-to-date with the latest changes to the political, economical, socio-cultural and technological landscapes of the world.
I am not even halfway through the average human lifespan of 80 years but have already been through so many changes of society. From simple monochrome mobile phones that only support voice calls and SMS to smartphones packed with powerful technologies such as WiFi, 3G, Bluetooth, GPS, Java, MP3, MPEG-4, Camera, Touchscreen, Apps, so on and so forth.
Technology is evolving so quickly these days and will be even faster the day after tomorrow that makes me wonder if I will be able to catch-up with the latest technologies available in the market today and new ones that are coming soon.
Having secured a Permanent Full-Time Employment, cleared my first IPPT Remedial Training obligations, and completed the Diploma in Commerce (Business Administration) course, the time has come for me to move on and cross the red line (of my life) which separates the old world from the new world!
In the upcoming days, I will be commencing the active publishing of quality articles on Project JeForceX (you are currently reading one of them), the long-awaited Japanese Language & Cultural Studies (since 2008), as well as exploring the world of Photography and Videography (when I finally purchase and get my hands on my very own Canon EOS DSLR system).
How about you? Are you ready to enter the new world or do you still need some time to prepare yourself?
Regardless of how old you are, male or female, do your utmost best not to spend too much time making decisions as opportunities do not come by whenever you think you need them. Should you happen to miss the once-in-a-lifetime boat of opportunities, do not fret. Instead of waiting for the next boat (which might never come), why not build your own boat?
Take control of your life instead of allowing life to take control of you. Your own fate and destiny are all in your hands.
Stop thinking of unnecessary things and start taking actions that will help bring you closer to your dreams!