Daily we can be faced with challenging situations that make us question if we can make it. We know we’ve overcome before but somehow this particular challenge looks bigger than all the others before it.
At first glance.
I pray that anyone doubting if they can overcome finds peace in how they got through it before. You are made of the same fiber as any other winner and you’ve proven it time and time again.
The biggest hurdle in blogging everyday or any other commitment is learning to stay committed when situations aren’t ideal. Staying committed when you don’t feel like you’re at your best.
Your commitment is really the only way to get you pass the doubting Debbie that lives between your ears. If you can endure her for a little while, eventually, she pipes down.
Standing up to her allows her gloom and doom forecasts to be proven untrue which increases your confidence in your abilities. In addition, the more you practice the better you get…further proving her wrong.
I’m glad I committed to NaBloPoMo for May. Doubting Debbie has been on full effect which normally means I’m exactly where I need to be.
What about you? Is there an area in your life where you need to face Debbie and move forward?
It’s been raining all day in my neck of the woods so achieving comfort was super easy. And, while I’ve enjoyed lounging around watching television, I also had a coaching call, caught up on my reading and committed to writing several pages of my book.
I’m proud of myself because despite the tremendous opportunity to do nothing today…I pushed pass the desire to spend the day curled up in bed. I’m feel pretty accomplished.
What was the weather like for you today? It’s okay to say that it was beautiful and that you had a great time with friends. I can handle it. The rain should only be here for a few more days and, besides, my goal is to be content regardless of the weather.