RIP, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
I haven’t been active on my blog since last year. A lot has happen since then. Like every other parent i set to have written down a few new year resolutions and goals at the beginning of 2020. None of us anticipated the CIVID-19, crisis, nor did we ever imagined being stuck at home for as long as six months. There is good and bad to everything. In my case a lot of good, more than I expected, I should say. Well! I normally do not really expect much to happen even though I make a long list of items to accomplish. Anyways long story short, a nice pleasant surprise is to get my hearing back. It still tickles my heart when I come to think of it. Because, a part of me lost all hopes of every revering my hearing. I will talk more about it another time.
Now let me share what got me excited about wring this blog today. I have always been a geek, awkward, and uncomfortable in social situations for a long time in United States, wondering how to cope, how to present myself elegantly, like I could do back home in India. Of course, I have several years of training and grooming from my mother to behave like a lady in India. That did not really help me much over hear in the west, since the culture, customs, etiquette, language, etc, everything is absolutely very different. So, I have been looking for a course work to take, to learn and to feel more confident in a very formal social situation.
I did a six weeks program from the school of affluence. An online finishing school for women. I am happy to share my certification below.
I am really good at setting goals and doing it. I ❤ it.
I have got a list of 24, for this year even if I do half of it, I am happy.
Anyways I have two goals done already, booked my ticket to India to visit amma for Christmas, wanted to get of out here every month, once month, for a weekend, Wes and I just did that last week.
I wanted to share how I do it.
Rule @1: Write all your goals list every single day.
Rule @ 2: Email your list to of your best friends beginning of the year and commit to it.
Rule @3: Have someone to talk to about your goals, a very positive, encouraging person. Wesley agrees to my goals 99% of the times. 1% he says Radha be careful don’t trust all these people 🙂
Rule @4: Be relentless look at your goals list 5-8 times a day.
Rule@ 5: Meditate upon your goals 3-4 times a day.
Rule @6: Be super picky who you hang out with. They have to support your goals or they are out of the game period.
Rule @7: refine your goals list every once in a while some become less important and so you remove them and some you add as you go along.
I will add items to the list as I think of.