You know, I’m thankful that I had that 7 day mental diet in the time frame that I did…because as soon as the 7 days were up, I was at the buffet. All day, every day! And I’m not happy about it.
Technology has done so many wonderful things such as this, which allows us to put our thoughts out there for anyone to read. But it’s when technology doesn’t want to work the way we expect it that can cause frustration beyond belief.
I’m sure many of you have experienced that when putting together many of the things on your blog that you may not just haven’t done before, but have never heard of before! What’s a Twitter feed!? Is that something I give to animals?
Well, in my case I’ve been dealing with internet issues which have prevented me from getting online and doing the things I’m used to doing at night to better myself. And when that dedicated time gets interrupted by the cell phone gods not wanting to cooperate, well, that makes you want to head to the negative buffet and go crazy.
It’s no coincidence that in our recent webinar that we were told that we are at a crossroads…the fork in the road. And we can choose to go down the path that we know where it leads…average things, average life, and just getting by.
Or do you want to take the other route, to fight against the old blueprint that is doing all it can to hold us back. That route has a future of unlimited possibilities, where we are best friends with our future self, where we become everything we are capable of. But it will take more work. It will take more dedication.
And many times my mind has fought hard to tell me to just say I’m too far behind, let it go, try again next time. But my aware conscious knows why that is happening and I know to fight against it. I have the tools to do so.
So I will continue to fight forward and refuse to let technology slow me down on where I want to go. Now if only I could just tweet that.