Are you ever totally confused about what to do next?
FRUSTRATED? Ever get so totally frustrated that your head almost explodes?
HERE’S HOW TO USE THOSE UPSETTING EMOTIONS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE
When you are confused, realize it’s a a good sign. The reason is that if you have something you care about, something you are trying to make happen. You are simply at a point where the course of action you chose didn’t work, so realize this….
Confusion is the beginning of clarity. When you have made your best efforts to make something positive happen and instead of turning out great it bombs, you say to yourself obviously I had the wrong idea on this so now what? I’m confused about why it didn’t work.
Exactly at this moment when you have your full attention on the problem you perfectly prepared to learn something surprising and magical. You are prepared to see what actually needs to be done to solve the problem: YOU ARE READY TO LEARN!
The information you get will be insights you can use the rest of your life. How do you get it?
ASK! GET SOME FRESH IDEAS
Ask someone who you know or can find who has gone through the same or at least similar situation successfully and see how they handled it. Or get a book on the subject and get fresh insight on how to approach it.
Where will you get the energy? FROM YOUR FRUSTRATION! Properly understood, frustration can be a great advantage to you because…
Frustration is the fuel of growth. I feel sorry for those who never get upset about things, never explode, never get excited or never get angry because it seems as if they just don’t really care about anything. They are so blasé, nothing bothers them. As a result they never really account for much. They never stand up and fight injustice. They never find anything they are willing to fight for. They never care enough to make a positive impact and change things for the better. They just can’t be bothered.
But that’s not you. You get confused, you get frustrated because you care. You care deeply. As a result, you will be one who makes a difference.
So remember when you get involved in the fight to make good things happen…