“Success is not a sprint; it’s like a marathon,” said Andina Badri when she was asked about how she could arrive at his career. Andina Badri argued that instead of pushing ourselves to the limit from the beginning like a sprinter, we must know that to be successful, we have to manage our power and survive until cross the finish line.
In the last part, Andina Badri and Palita Rana focus on discusses Andina Badri’s school story. In this second part, there is more viewpoint about success and life. For about thirty minutes, Andina Badri shares her point of view that lead her to get her goals like today.
- Do What You Love and Love What You Do
Discussing how she keeps consistent with her passion, Andina Badri said,” I think one thing that I find use full is like you just said, define what do you eventually want to get into.” Andina Badri admitted that on her life, career, and personal life, she is actively writing her ten years planning journal, which is equipped by a more detailed short-term planning journal. Not only that, but Andina Badri also shares her plans with her managers to get their views and advice on this plan.
But there isn’t any guarantee that her life will stick to the plan, Andina Badri says that the career she lives in today is different from the idea she wrote four years ago, it means that we must be able to open in any plan changes that occur over time.
- Life is like a circular Flow.
To get success in life, of course, we have to walk through a long and sometimes hard life track. There is one view that Andina Badri still believes until now that people are a powerful creator who can get through significant challenges. She revealed that when we go back to the past, we will learn that there are so many times when we were on a choppy sea, but we can survive even today we’re always in good condition. Andina Badri added,” I think it’s about understands the flow of life, you know how I’m just at the bottom of things, It’s not always in the bottom, the same way when you have a lot of successes, you’re like this is me being the top of my game, but it’s not always going to be the top. “
- Stop Take Things Personally
“Don’t take things personally; when someone does a bad thing to you or something bad happens, stop thinking that it only happens to you,” said Andina Badri. With these expressions, Andina Badri tries to tell that everyone will go through a bad stage, so if you take the problems personally, it won’t finish but even more prominent. For Andina Badri, the problem is not the worst feeling but the decision to surrender.