Do you ever feel like you’re stuck in mud? Can’t move forward, paralyzed by indecision and feeling overwhelmed? Today I’m there. Mother’s Day weekend someone hit us and totaled our pickup. Last Saturday I was heading to a trail ride and had a break down in my other truck. I just can’t seem to shake this feeling that I need to pause, take a deep breath and slow down.Our world is changing, both business and personal. Our coping mechanisms are over stimulated. We’re never alone with our thoughts anymore…between cell phones, Facebook and all the other input we receive on a daily basis; it’s overwhelming. We can’t seem to have a conversation with anyone without being interrupted by a text message or some other alert that interrupts our train of thought and concentration. We’re not good listeners anymore. We’re too distracted.Okay so what can we do to solve this dilemma? How can we make sense of disorder and chaos? You can only read so many self-help books on the subject. I own just about every book on getting organized. It’s ridiculous. I would LOVE to know how you are coping. What have you done that has given you focus and purpose? Take a moment to send me your thoughts today. We’ve just added a feature to our articles so you can post your thoughts. I am grateful for so many things. Perhaps I just need to focus on what to be thankful for each day.
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