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4 Ways Traveling The World Makes You A Better Person

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  • ① Travel teaches patience
    Waiting in line for a museum or flight. Enduring a long bus ride. Dealing with persistent touts. What do these experiences have in common? They’re all familiar to frequent travelers — and they all require patience to manage. When you travel, you quickly learn you can either allow these issues to frustrate you, or you can take them in stride; the end result is the same. So, you learn to be patient.

  • ② Travel makes you grateful
    Nothing makes you appreciate where you’re from — or what you have — like traveling does. Gratitude is a powerful emotion, and practicing it can have a deeply positive impact on your life.

  • ③ Travel leads to self-reflection
    We are at our best when living up to our full potential, and travel often reveals just what that potential looks like. You can be whoever you want to be when you’re traveling — which is often what helps you figure out who you really are.

  • ④ Travel opens your mind
    Making assumptions is easy; understanding and appreciating our differences is hard. One of the best ways to learn about other people and places is by visiting, connecting, and experiencing them yourself. Immersing yourself in a new culture will allow you to not only discover the qualities you share, but also to appreciate the areas in which you differ.

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    What do patience, gratitude, self-awareness, and an open mind have in common?
    They are all qualities of a great person — and they are all qualities you can nurture by traveling the world. As long as you’re getting out of your comfort zone and exposing yourself to new ideas, people, and places, you will experience growth.


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    QOTD - what's the farthest country you've ever been to?

    AOTD - England


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