The day after a big breakup, a job loss, a death in the family, a huge project collapsed or another rate hike. What do we do that next day? We just get up and continue to move on. Shit happens to everyone, it is how we deal with it the sets us apart. There is no sense doubting yourself with would have’s or could have’s. You can’t change the past but you can learn from it so you can change the future.
The faster you learn and recover the better you will be. The only thing constant in this thing called life is change and the better that we can adapt to those changes the more successful we will be. Sure it sucks but if you can take a few minutes and look back at all the challenges that you have overcome then you will realize that this is just another blip on your road of life.
Just know that you can over come this challenge. It’s the challenges and failures in life that teach us the valuable lessons. We don’t learn when it all goes well the first time, so consider this another lesson along the road of life long learning. Take a few minutes and cry in your beer if you have to, get it out of your system and move on. Babe Ruth was the greatest player to ever play Baseball but he also struck out more times than anyone else. So dust yourself off and get back to the plate.
Today I am thankful for the immediate lessons learned from a project collapsing yesterday, that my daughter bounced back form poor performance on a calculus test to acing the next one and discovering a new book about the greatest player to play the game.
I look forward to hearing from you in regard to your mortgage needs.
p.s.s- I should tell you that I am licensed in Nova Scotia Brokerage (2022-3000179) Broker (2022-3000180), Ontario(M18001555) & in British Columbia(BCFSA #504098).
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