This week I reached out to a client because I did not receive his details for the week. He told me that his work partner was out of the office and nothing he normally did could happen so he just threw in the towel and was starting over the next week. As I was paddle boarding on the last day of our vacation, it was windy and there were lots of boats in the area. I was having to constantly change the side I was paddling on to adjust for the wind. I had to move from my feet to my knees on several occasions to keep from falling away due to the boat wake. All of these little adjustments reminded me that this is life. There are lots of moving parts that need constant adjustments to either keep us on track or get us back on track. If you have ever been in a canoe, kayak, or sail boat you will understand the constant changes that are made to adjust. When you drive a car, small adjustments of the steering wheel are being made every few seconds to stay in the middle of the road. After years of experience you don’t even notice these adjustments, because they become automatic. The more you practice adjusting to the changes the more automatic they will become. Learning how to make adjustments easily is a skill that can be used in every aspect of life. If work problems happen and you can’t leave the office for lunch, you adjust by asking a coworker to pick up lunch since they are going out anyway. You make the protein shake you have stored in your desk as a backup and make sure to pack your lunch tomorrow in case the same thing happens. Your baby sitter quits and now you are left to find a new sitter quickly. You call in a few favors with friends and family so you have time to research a new sitter. There is always a way to solve the problem. It does not have to be perfect, it just needs to be progress.
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