The title of this blog sounds like a fix all problem solving self-help book. And perhaps this post/experience was a lesson for me. For 1.5 years my car’s key fob has not been working. Replace the battery you suggest, yep did that. I put the battery in wrong . . . ? Lol! No, I tried that too, that would’ve been hilarious if that had been the 1.5 year problem though.
. . . you don’t have a problem.” – my mentor. When my mentor said this, I thought she had lost it and simply couldn’t understand, because money was my problem. Making money cost time, and at that moment, it was taking all my of time. Work at 8:00am, to my next job at 5:00pm, done by 12:00am, and in bed by 1:00am. But I got what she was saying (she was right), there are problems that no amount of money can fix, but I still had a problem, and something definitely needed to change.
She’ll be coming around the mountain when she comes, she’ll be coming around the mountain when she comes . . . Guys, I have a confession, and it’s going to sound pretty silly and absent minded. Bear with me, and yep that’s proper grammar, and not in reference to an actual bear like Yogi, who knew? Thanks google.
- capable of bending easily without breaking
- able to be easily modified to respond to altered circumstances or conditions
- (of a person) ready and able to change so as to adapt to different circumstances
I woke up with a plan, I got to work, sat down and started working that plan, and then an interruption. A last minute audition at 1:00pm. Change in plans.
I run home, get dressed, make up, go to the audition, wait an hour to be seen, and then audition. On my way back to work, I get a phone call, another last minute audition. I make a pit stop at my day job to change clothes, eat lunch, and on my way to the second audition.
Now, I should be ecstatic!