As many of you know I will be in Daegu, South Korea for a year to teach English at a private school. For the past few days I have been running from task to task, boxing things I no longer need, packing things I do need, booking flights, and checking everything twice…and watching a dozen videos about what to expect in Korea.
In the exhausting process, I stumbled upon an important question: What is the most difficult part of a difficult task?
I’ve been running around, barely able to enjoy my last month in America and I realized that the most difficult thing for me is to wait. Of course, I have many things to do before I leave, but I need to remind myself that many of the things will come in time and I do not need to worry about them.
For me, I need to go to Korea and I’ll get there just fine. Until then, Chris, stop worrying.
What do you think? What is the most difficult part of a difficult task? There is probably many more than one answer :)