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I'm back from my break and it was wonderful.
I managed to celebrate a highly spiritual and emotionally satisfying wedding with close friends whose child is now married, met with one of my bosses for a long, interesting conversation about pending innovations in my medical journalism, and enjoyed other activities while supervising the video I've been preparing to share with you.
The video was made into two somewhat different versions. My videographer and I are still deciding which version to release. Both have merits, and we have to choose which video to use. It's part of the professional process.
Meanwhile, I'm interested in your reaction to this "You've Survived 100% of Your WORST Days" opportunity:
All of us wonder how and if we'll survive the challenges before us. Sometimes we're shocked to realize that we did.
Yes, our thinking is affected by our experiences (that's how we become wiser over time), and so are our emotions.
That can make us wiser, stronger, and able to help other people. The process takes time, trial and error until we get things right.
In the EMPOWER Yourself to Cope with a Medical Challenge print and E- book, there's a passage that talks about Making a Motivational Motto for your survival plan. I ask people to use their insights and a sense of humor with that effort. The one I came up with for some of my clients this week is "You've Survived 100% of Your WORST Days - work with that."
Ready to communicate with me by phone, E-mail, and otherwise about how You've Survived 100% of Your WORST Days - and what you can teach to the rest of us about that?
Let me know in the comment area below this blogpost.
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