Much needed vacation throws you off your nutrition plan.
Last minute work trip derails your morning routine.
The bad news phone call stops us in our tracks.
We have all been there. Some more often than we imagined.
So what do we do, regardless of what life event happened, to get back in our groove?
The answer to this is simple, yet it is far from easy.
Because the answer is very counterintuitive to our natural impulse to respond.
The answer is we use them as a trigger to put us right back where we were, only this time with even more intention. We use these events to create a shift in our response.
We shift from getting consumed by the emotional effect of them, to using them as cause to come back stronger. Make no mistake about it, this does not mean pretend they did not happen.
You give the attention and processing required for you to get centered. Then from there, you build.
Think about the last time any of the above instances happened. No matter what it was, you did something very powerful.
You came back to seize another day.
Whether it was easy didn’t matter, you kept coming back.
Use this when you feel stuck, and to get momentum on your side once again.