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I don’t know about you, but I love travelling. It has left more imprints on my personality than anything else. You might have come across many people asking you why travel and you might have answered this question in many ways. It could be that you love meeting new people or experiencing new things or visiting new places or tasting new foods or seeing different cultures. The list can go on and on but how did travel affect your personality?
Here are seven personality traits that most traveler possesses.
Travelling frequently can sow the seed of curiosity and give you an opportunity to explore. When you find something mysterious along the way, you start to go in depth to find what’s the secret behind. It could be anything from cultural, customs or food. When you come back from your tours, you will notice that this curiosity has become a habit or part of your day to day routine. Although, this could annoy some people but travelling will make you more curious.
When you are out and about or travelling alone, you will experience a boost in your confidence. If you are an introvert and falling short of self-belief, travelling brings out the best from you as far as confidence is concerned. You have to rely on yourself and that teaches you to back yourself. This is a valuable lesson that will also help you in other facet of your life, both personal and professional. When you start to feel more confidence, happiness usually follows.
Your hectic routine doesn’t allow you some time to reflect back or think about yourself? Does this happen with you all the time? If yes, then you are not alone. We all face similar situations from time to time. Travel offers you a great solution to your problem as it let you great escape, so you get a time for some “Me” time. When you get some time for yourself, your self-awareness increases. It gives you an opportunity to bring out different side of you which was hidden and never got an opportunity to come out. When you look at your self from different angles, you come to know new things about yourself that you did not know before.
When you travel frequently, it will make you more adventurous. Go on a
desert safari Dubai adventure and you will understand what I mean. Activities such as dune bashing, sand boarding, quad racing and more can send you on a thrill a minute ride. Climbing a mountain or hiking on a difficult trek will test your limits. Jumping off a cliff or diving from a top of the mountain or even jumping off an aero plane is not everyone’s cup of tea. Travelling forces you to get out of your comfort zone and explore the world outside. This is where you get a chance to experience new things. This changes your lifestyle from sedate to active and you will love the experience.
“A friend is someone who gives you total freedom to be yourself.”—Jim Morrison
According to this quote, travelling should be your best friend as it gives you complete freedom and independence you have long been waiting for. Travelling makes you more independent and self-reliant. There is no one to take care of you or pamper you especially if you are travelling solo. Moreover, you are the only one responsible for your mistakes and successes because there is no one else out there so you cannot blame anyone else other than you if anything goes wrong. When you return from your travel tours, you will feel more freedom and your personality changes completely. You learn how to rely on yourself and get things done instead of depending on others. When you learn to trust yourself, that is where success starts to come your way.
Did you saw any changes in your personality after travelling for years? Which personality traits have travel instilled in your personality? How travel has impacted your personality? Feel free to share it with us in the comments section below. We would love to hear your feedback.