HOW DO I GET OUT OF THIS SITUATION AND HOW FAST?
During our growth process, we make decisions that if we know what we now know, we won’t do it again.
We made friends that shattered our trust, we worked in places we wished we had never worked, we made decisions that put us in a regrettable situation and we constantly say to ourselves, I wish I had not invited her over, I wished I did not stay that long in that situation, I wished I had left when I got another offer instead of staying loyal to that employer.
I WISHED I NEVER HAVE TO WRITE THIS (My Story)
A few months ago, I was in a very messy situation that if I know what I now know, I would never try it.
I was in an environment that was directly opposite my growth beliefs, my suggestions and words seem like an exaggeration. I was fully aware of the happenings around me but my growth belief was all that matters at that time.
I AM ON A GROWTH JOURNEY, UNTIL I DRIVE THIS GROWTH I AM NOT LIVING, these were my words. I was so engrossed with my belief that I did not pay so much attention to the misfortune happening around me. A place of comfort transit into a place of fear, a place of hate, a place of tears that the only thing on my mind was LEAVE.
LEAVE? So what then happens to my beliefs?
Sometimes, some situation makes us do things contrary to our beliefs or goals and that’s where flexibility comes in “No matter how long you’ve gone down the wrong road, turn back”.
Growth is not a straight line, to me, growth is an action you keep taking (progression) to become a better person. It’s a journey of many miles with so many hurdles.
Your job is to focus on the opportunities of tomorrow rather than allowing yourself to become preoccupied with the problems or bad decisions of the past. HOW DO I GET OUT OF THIS SITUATION AND HOW FAST?
Admitting that you have both strengths and weaknesses in any area is an important step forward. Deciding to withdraw from or abandon a place where you cannot achieve victory is often the most intelligent strategic decision of all.
Have a divestment strategy “ getting rid of yesterday before going on to tomorrow”.
Here are my questions for you:
• What situation do you need to get out from?
• What do you need to abandon?
• Where is that place you know you cannot achieve victory but you keep putting in the effort?
• What wrong road do you need to turn back from?
KEEP YOUR MENTAL DECKS CLEARED TO FREE UP SPACE FOR THE FUTURE.
Get a book and a pen!