Have you ever traveled to a place where you have never been and came back a different person? Let’s put this way, that traveling is a movement to a certain location without big expectations and a behavior change is a shift from one state to another. Think about it, how many times your state shifts (emotions, feelings, thoughts, actions) during the travel. I guess, numerous, but few of those shifts remain with you after coming back.
One study found that after traveling people became happier about their work. Traveling inspired them to work harder and earn more money for their next vacation trip. That is an obviously positive impact to the labor market. Nonetheless, something extraordinary happens to you personally, so you benefit. The next time, observe yourself on these states.
1. You Become More Passionate
Passion for exploring, to try and sponge experiences during and after the trip. This happens at those moments when we are double happy, excited and thrilled because we are in the moment. Those moments are created during the travel and stay for a period we allow them to stay. Travel passion can easily be incorporated into our daily routine. Yes, a routine can be made passionate by doing ordinary things in extraordinary ways. Imagine if you do accounting or a sales pitch that brings tension, but adding passion to the process is like doubling happiness, so the outcome and the progress will increase. It’s a matter to catch the motion.
2. Curiosity Leads to New Beginnings
Curiosity is about to try and change status quo, innovate on the move. Curiosity is the outcome of passion. Well, we are naturally curious about trends, tastes and smells, and we immediately we want to try things out. Exploring the new possibilities may bring us to new passions, hobbies, relationships. A brand new look to ordinary things in life is applicable and transforming when new experiences appear. With that curiosity, we tend to create a new beginning to our life.
3. You Become More Confident
Openness is the great virtue of never being the same. It demolishes any walls and bricks even if you are visiting the Great Wall of China. It gives a positive impact to connecting with yourself and others. Think for a moment of your best experience that led you to satisfaction. Allowing yourself to step in into the zone of vulnerability or unknown helps us when we are back to real life. The comfort zone is the territory where we are comfortable. Overcoming it builds confidence and creativity.
4. You Become More Creativity
Creativity is a skill that we develop during any travel we take. Most of us absorb the environment via eyes, emotions and relationship. Creativity may be defined as quality and it is an attitude. We clearly know the unspoken that this “thing” will be awesome, because we have that secret feeling that guides us to the next step. In reality, each trip has its own emotions and bits of charm that we want to keep and implement after coming back. Creativity blinks in our eyes, stimulated by a passion from the heart and when it connects the dots, an everlasting effect emerges.
5. You Develop Continuity
Continuity to explore new places increases the appetite for traveling. Continuity is not the goal by itself to keep the travel longer, it is more a process to keep the treasures of the journey more alive. It pays as a magic, it brings momentum, it taps into the real you. Continuity is a quality of something that does not stop or change as time passes. However being a real time one, it does, it passes or changes depending the meaning we give. But travel may finish, the destination may be reached, however, the experience and memories remain, and even more, it boosts to repeat over and over again, so it lasts, it continues. As once started, never to be same.
Considering all that is mentioned above, it works with one simple strategy: that we allow ourselves to experience the moment fully, to accept and spread it. Continue to travel and be extraordinary, because behavior change is a shift from one state to another, like travel: from point A to B.
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