President Thomas Jefferson said, “When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on.”
Because there is NO ground when you’re at the end of your rope.
Lose your grip and fall forever.
Scary, isn’t it?
Pull yourself up.
Remember: Your strength comes from your struggles.
Before you know it, your feet will be where your hands was.
You’re an accomplice in your own frustration.
Think about it.
Har-old, you need a hobby…bad.
Something totally unrelated to the Yeebizan, reading and studying social media material, future planning and just everything you normally do.
You need something to take your mind off the things it’s ALWAYS on.
Your mind needs a break.
Maybe you need to start back playing video games. Or maybe, writing songs again. Maybe going out somewhere: park, club, museum, tour, a friend’s house, etc.
Or maybe you just need to create a “release” room where you can scream and break things. You know, jumping on couches, taking a hammer to the television set, punching walls, flipping tables, whatever!
Something totally unrelated will provide that much-needed fresh mind when you tackle work again.
Before you know it, your feet will be where your hands was-on the knot.