I find curious how most of us procrastinate with decisions in a world full of change. Time and time we hear that we should get out of our comfort zone but when we are in the place of taking the decision, we are so afraid of making one that this same fear blurs the most important thing: the process.
"...it feels like I am betraying my younger self..."
Currently, I am living one of the biggest changes in my life and it feels like I am betraying my younger self when saying this but, the rumors are real: I am becoming an adult. However, it is not as horrible as I thought.
"I never imagined that I would be surrounded by people who make me feel part of something bigger"
When I entered MedTrip, I never imagined that I would be surrounded by people who make me feel part of something bigger and are willing to teach me every day how to better my work. In addition to that, I get to know the story of people who are interested in changing their lives through surgery, but not all of them take the decision to do so.
I think it is easy for a lot of people to judge others because they do not know the struggle or the story behind them. But this should not be the factor that prevents individuals from deciding.
When deciding for change, we are not only deciding for a result, but it is also the process of achieving that goal that makes change so important. We should take decisions that lead us to living unforgettable and fulfilling experiences with people who are willing to help, guide, and support our journey. That is why I want to thank MedTrip for doing so in my phase of becoming an adult.
P.S. To my younger self: Nothing is as bad as it seems.