Psychology of Travel is The Best Teacher

If you’ve gone through our previous blogs, it’s pretty conspicuous that we really, and I mean really love speaking about different kinds of traveling, and what one can extract out of it to apply in one’s life. However, our intention is much deeper than that. We want people to experience what only a handful of travelers around the world do. Travel as a means of bringing in drastic changes in one’s life is not a myth, but a notion that needs to be believed more realistically; and that’s what makes travelling the best teacher.

Mentioned below are just a few pointers on what we can learn out of our travels, keeping in mind that there is always something to learn, regardless of what one has already experienced.

  1. Travel teaches us that no matter how much we know, there is always something more to know. 
  2. Nothing beautiful occurs when you’re in your comfort zone
  3. You learn to enjoy transient relationships
  4. Traveling or living somewhere completely different gives you a new perspective that’s different from just hearing or reading about it.
  5. Money may give you a comfortable life, but new experiences will give you a fulfilling life. 
  6. The stage where you think you can’t do something, is the stage where you often end up doing it – so just do it!
  7. Nothing everything we plan works out. So when it doesn’t, appreciate change as it comes. 
  8. The Present never comes back, so spend every time of your life in it!
  9. If you’re traveling alone, you may be desperate for human interaction. Good news, so are other travelers. Make it a point to meet new people and get to know their stories; as that is the essence of traveling, and being human. 
  10. Solution to one problem can be found in the statement of nearly other problems.
  11. Traveling is a great way to declutter your life, both mentally and physically. Fortunately, memories don’t take up a lot of space in your backpack – and you will definitely learn how to pack like a boss.
  12. Don’t put yourself in dangerous situations – but be adventurous and try as many new things as you can. Learning never stops nor do your journeys. If you are making an escape, it better be within the realms of reality.
Well, there you have it. 12 points on how travel can teach you a lot more than most conventional school settings (no disrespect, just facts). Don't forget to check out the Travel Tangible Tool and Travel Psychology course for a better idea of how this very principle can be adopted and amplified to build on your travel experiences! 

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