Last week was rough.
It’s like we clenched our fists so long that, the minute we relaxed, the levee broke.
I wrote this one Friday night, thinking about how much I empathize with Chris Farley’s Black Sheep character falling down that mountain.
“What in the hell was THAT all about?”
Stress and sleep deprivation will mess up your perspective. One frustrated customer turns into two, into three, into does anyone actually think about why they’re buying tech before signing contracts?
Get in a bad mood. You’ll start seeing bad news.
If there’s a positive to this—beyond the ability to recognize when it’s happening—it’s that it drives a sense of urgency. Clean out the garage. Get that crap on Ebay and sell it. Pay off those debts.
Life has its ups and downs. Always has. Always will.
The trick is knowing how to leverage the fight or flight response to get yourself closer to the end game.
If you think life sucks, it will suck, but if you take action, it WILL get better.
And sooner than you think.
At least, that’s the story I keep telling myself.