This is my first post in over two months. One of the things I emphasize to people who want to blog is the need for consistency, yet I fell off the wagon.
So what happened??? Why have I been quiet? For the same reason clients miss appointments or friends cancel lunch dates or colleagues don’t return phone calls when they’re struggling; we (or at least I) feel, for lack of a better word, embarrassed when life throws us a curve ball and it knocks us down for longer than we feel it should.
You might assume that because I am a coach and a teacher of how to handle those curve balls, that I can field them with ease and grace.
We all need help when we’re stuck, yet often that’s when we hesitate to ask. We don’t want to bother anyone; we don’t want to whine and complain. Fortunately, I have three awesome Master Mind partners who gave me understanding, encouragement and support, along with a good, swift kick in the butt! Without that resource, I probably wouldn’t be writing this post today. And I absolutely, positively would not have published my first ebook.
I’m gonna say that a little louder
I JUST PUBLISHED MY FIRST EBOOK!!!
And yes, I AM EXCITED!!!
The title is The Law of Attraction is B.S.* and you can read it here.
What’s interesting is I actually recovered from the curve ball by applying the Basic, Simple (forgot to mention, that’s what the B.S. stands for!) principles I write about in this sweet, little (only 16 pages) book. I did what I encourage others to do when they are feeling down; I Got Up!!!
Depending on the curve ball and our ability to field it, we might need to get up physically (off the floor or out of the bed or the chair) but we definitely need to get up vibrationally; even before we get up to move.
Here’s the great thing about being back~ Once we’re back, we’re back! Shifting from that yucky stuck place to being back on the track~ any track~ feels so good. And that good feeling has the power to take us miles and miles and miles down the road.
Huge thanks to all who let me know they’ve missed reading my blog posts. That was a catalyst which shortened my “down time” and I truly appreciate it.