Where you see yourself in five years from now?

India
May 16, 2017 12:16pm CST
I grew up listening this, specially from my elders and teachers. This question is common in corporate culture," how you see yourself in 5 years from now ?". This question is an anthem for those who take it seriously and a boring Lines for those who never believe in it. Seriously, over a period of time, whenever, I look back, I actually felt the importance of it. When you look back, you see lot of mistakes you have made, wrong decisions and somehow you think this could have been done in certain manner. Does this affects to you readers ? Do you think everyone should have a five years plan ahead? What are yours view on this ? Thanks for reading.
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@Courtlynn (55163)
• United States
16 May 17
I see myself as a mom and awaiting meeting my then 14 year old
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• India
16 May 17
Good luck and best wishes
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@Courtlynn (55163)
• United States
16 May 17
@manny89 (32)
• India
16 May 17
Just enjoy today & be happy.....
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• India
16 May 17
Its not about enjoying. Its about planning things ?
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@prashu228 (25504)
• India
16 May 17
I agree, we should take as it comes and face it and fight
• India
19 Dec
@manny89 what. Is your definition of enjoyment when you plan things?
@august18 (4030)
• Tunisia
24 Apr
I haven't thought about it yet. Maybe a successful teacher.
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• India
24 Apr
That's good. “A teacher is never an ordinary person. Construction and destruction can be produced in his lap.” - chanakya.
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@Essjayd (1619)
16 May 17
I prefer to take life as it comes and take the chances that come my way. Sometimes people get so intent on planning for a future they forget to enjoy the present! I have friends who struggled as their big future plan didn't happen or led them to a place they weren't happy. Their plans were so set in stone that they struggled to find another way or felt life was over when that dream failed. My plan changes regularly but I always have one and a back up.
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• India
16 May 17
Exactly ! It is very hard to stick on one plan, especially when your personal lives are involved
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@JustBhem (42864)
• Davao, Philippines
16 May 17
I promised to be alive 10 years more. That is my goal.
• India
16 May 17
Good luck
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@JustBhem (42864)
• Davao, Philippines
16 May 17
• India
17 May 17
Why 10 years ? Long live bhem
@JohnRoberts (62918)
• Los Angeles, California
16 May 17
Hopefully still alive and breathing.
• India
17 May 17
God bless ! How you look yourself 5years from now ?
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@prashu228 (25504)
• India
16 May 17
This question is asked many a times in interviews,vnow I am really fed up to answer such questions. I just take the day as it comes and accepts the challenges, I don't make any long term plans
• India
16 May 17
Glad you take time to answered here