You know what your problem is? Your problem is you think you shouldn't have any problems! I heard that from Anthony Robbins the other day and I like that one. Because its true! Every time I get a problem, I get mad like, "why do I have this problem?" And then I thought about it . . . what am I expecting, not to have any problems? Little stuff too, you know there's little stuff and there's big stuff. One of the little things is I have been wanting to shoot videos outside for some time. The lighting is so much better. But my day times are very hectic. At night is when it's best for me because the house is very quiet and the kids are in bed. But my house is very dark and I get these very dark videos. So today I decided I'm going to go outside, and now it's windy and there goes the wind chime! Anyway, I decided to go come outside and shoot some videos outside. And guess what? It's trash day! So I'm trying to shoot my videos and the trash truck is backing up, "beep, beep, beep" and then the recycling containers are super noisy, I hear the glass shattering as they dump the recycling containers in. So I turn the video off, wait for the trash to finish. I come back out and then guess what? I realize that my house is apparently in the flight path of some airport, I think its Gillespie Field is over there. And so there's airplanes going back and forth and helicopters, go figure! I live in a quiet house on the outskirts of town, you would think it would be very quiet out here. Not at all! Wind chimes, helicopters, trash trucks! I'm surprised I got through this video. So anyway, when the little things come up in life, just deal with them with a little sense of humor and move on. And when the big things come up, get help. Join a team, get a coach, bring on some friends, life is a team sport and you can move through the bigger things with your team. For a 30 minute complimentary consultation, go to my website and ask for it on the contact me page. And always remember, YOU ARE POWERFUL!
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