I talk often about controlling your controlables. And, here’s the thing, stuff happens to us all the time. We wake up and begin our day and we are hit with what can feel like an onslaught of stuff! Our day feels derailed and out of our control. How we react makes all the difference!
Wait, don’t roll your eyes at me yet. Or, say “I know LL I know. But this time it was huge and I just can’t seem to stop crying/whining/screaming/lamenting.”
Here’s the thing, all the time you are spending reacting to what happens to you is time you can’t get back. It’s time spent giving to the people who are trying to distract you.
This week my goal was to get 2 months ahead in all my content. As I write this I am only a month ahead and I have one day left. I had massive distraction happen, some mistakes by others that held me up and the heat took out the electricity and took away 3 hours of my workday. I wanted to freak out sooo much! I wanted to throw a tantrum ( I know, I’m not 3 but I really just wanted to scream and shout at no one). But, the reality is the more time I spent focusing on how things weren’t going my way the planned the less time I had to do what I wanted to do.
So, this week, when stuff aka sh*t hits the fan it’s ok to totally take note, feel your feelings, but, instead of letting those feelings take on a life and path of their own see if you can change the derailments plan. Can you react better?
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