I’m doing well. I’m smiling. I’m finding hoy as I look around me at the people, and spring emerging.
I’m doing well. I’m working on a project,vand although I had some drawbacks, I know I’m liked, and trusted. I know I can do this . I know I won’t fail.
I have failed, but I don’t like that word. I have hot a few stumbling road blocks, but none were serious. I’m dealing with a computer problem I don’t have direct experience with. A proprietary system, and that’s fine. I’m the hired expert and I will succeed. People will be pleased.
Nobody is angry or dusssponyed today and I have to remember. To chant silently in my head failure isn’t a bad thing. It’s all part of the learning process.
It’s ok to not be perfect.
It’s ok tonor be perfect.
Nobody expected me to be perfect.
I am my enemy, but I’m getting better.
I watch my wording. I don’t talk about failures. I talk about progress. I talked about my sales lessons. You try to close, hit an objection, solve it and try to close
Once I get one done, I’ll be set.
It’ll be repetition. I’ll be the hero.
That’s the current plan. Tomorrow is day 3 of the process,
Still, I can’t help but feel a bit down. Today it didn’t end in smyers. Didn’t end in success. It felt like a fail. I rather silly fail. I blame the meds and that helps.
Food will help.
…it did. I mapped, bit it still looks. It pops up during commercials. Sadness.
- May 17, 2019 @ 11:19:09 [Current Revision] by Jeff Goebel
- May 17, 2019 @ 11:19:09 by Jeff Goebel