7 life lessons learned through travel
”once a year go some places you have never been before.”
Traveling empowers the learner inside us. Increases curiosity & humility. The Journal of Personality & Social Psychology found that kids who study abroad were more humble than who didn’t travel.
Being in the outdoors refreshes you. Senses in a way that no other air ever could. The latest evidence in the Journal of Environmental Psychology researchers found that people who simply look at a photo frame of nature for only 40 seconds had improved focus & perform more on their next task.
Maddox found in research that traveling the world increases your faith in humanity. The more foreign countries people travel to the more their sense of generalized trust increases. Seeing all of the good that exists in the world makes it easier to trust, that most people for the most part of are just trying to do the right thing.
A recent study from the Academy of management found that people who worked overseas were more imaginative and inspired than those who stayed in their home country. People who integrate a new cultural identity creative in the long run during doing for an extended period of time of your mind forcing you to think in different ways and bounce around between ideas. It’s a Concept scientist’s called, cognitive flexibility and more cognitively flexible you are creative you will be.
Travel gives you a bird’s eye view traveling helps us look at our lives from a distance both physically and metaphorically when you do that you are able to settings a lot more clearly
A new study from the psychological science anticipating an experience before it over happened makes you happier than if you are waiting for something tangible like a new smartphone
Dealing with delays, mishaps, and different cultures during travels makes you much more patient and understanding person overall and this is my favorite thought at first travel leaves you speechless and then it turns into a storyteller.