Here's what to do when nothing is going right
Every day is a fairy tale, right? While we may fantasize that that may be the case, it is found that most of us experience days and periods when nothing seems to be going right and we want to press the reset button. This is only natural folks and we will all have a day like that…..guaranteed and it doesn’t matter how positive you may be.
Even when we are most positive and optimistic, sometimes – life will simply happen and there will be things outside of our control that will shake our beliefs, will make us frustrated, and make the reset button feel out of reach.
What I see happen most often is that we complain about it, and get anxiety over it, and because of our emotional state – we create more of it, even though that is the last thing we want.
So, today – I will share a technique that works for me very single time I am having an “off” day. You have to find a way to press the reset button before things get out of control and I offer a few tips on just how to make that happen.
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Much love to you all,
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