The surprise on this little guy’s face reminds me of things that come up to INTERUPT our intended days’ work. Of course, you’ve probably NEVER had that happen to you!
INTERRUPTIONS CAN STOP YOU IN YOUR TRACKS
For example, while typing this blog, the UPS truck arrived with all the barking fanfare my 3 boxer dogs could muster. That’ll wake you up! Had to go see what the fuss was all about and found a package with copies of my newly re-published books inside. Lookin’ good!
BUT (force myself) get back to work!
Life is full of opportunities to get stopped, side-tracked, bamboozled (love that word), and just experience mayhem in the order of things. When (not if) these things happen, it takes determination and dedication to get back to business.
There are times when the interruptions can affect several days – family emergency, storm which requires our involvement for safety reasons, helping someone deal withier crises, ad nauseum. When these things happen, we must take ahold of ourselves, regroup and get back at it.
Not an option for us in WA. We don’t quit because quitting is death to our business and our dreams.
INTERRUPTIONS CAN BRING DISCOURAGEMENT
When this happens, what should we do? One thing is to ask for help from the WA community. We’ve all been there and have had to get back on the horse and ride anyway. But sometimes we need some help. WA members are great at helping others. So let us help you smile again!
INTERRUPTIONS CAN BE A BLESSING
Sometimes when we are struggling with a blog or new lesson, an interruption can help us. If we are stuck or discouraged while working, a break (interruption) can help us re-focus. This can be refreshing and the problems look different from this new perspective. Press on!
We might be stuck in a rut of repetition or “same old, same old” and need something fresh. Getting away from the task temporarily will allow new thoughts and ideas to flow.
Pause and be refreshed. You readers will thank you.
Have a creampuff