This has been one of the greatest weeks in my blog’s history. I want to thank those people who let me share their stories, what they went through, the struggles they are still facing. Hope is not a once-and-done thing. We will have more struggles to come. Hope is what carries us through these struggles. You learn from them and grow as a person. That is where the change part comes in: you change your life to make it better.
So, as I was putting an ending to this week, and starting to prepare for next week’s theme, I had one of those days myself – a day of struggles. While having some of my web pages moved from one host to another, my email ended up getting caught in the middle of nowhere land. On the last day of the week, I was unable to get to my email all day. It took close to 24 hours to work it out. We moved my email to another server, and had to get used to a new way of doing things. So I had to have hope there is a better way to do things, even though I’m stuck in my ways at times.
I put this blog together to pose a question I was asked in a meeting with a group of consultants that I met today. They said when they meet with potential clients they ask the question, “what are you going to do if we review your company and find that you are the hold up in your company?” I had to think of that in my own life, while going through an email change that I was fighting. “What if the problem is me?” Well, I have to accept change in my life. I have hope that my web sites will all work together, but it’s a work in progress.
I am in ongoing changes in my life, I hope that this business will grow. I have hope that when I choose things to change, even if they frustrate me for a day or two, I’ll grow through it. I just thought I would share, as I work on these ideas to help you, that I too face things that could ruin my day like today did, but I choose to try to work these struggles and grow. This idea will set us up for next week, as we discuss starting over.
Many people start over, in many different ways. But to start over in anything, first you must have hope that the improvements will make your life better. So you need hope first, to make the changes to whatever process is not working in your life. Join us every day next week for five important keys to help you start over.
I’m Tim Gillette, the Rocker Life Coach, hoping you have a great weekend. Live the life you always wanted. Love what you do. Become the RockStar in your life.