Things go wrong in our lives all the time. And when they do, some of us respond in ways that address the problem and typically bring us a measure of emotional comfort. However, others of us either pretend that nothing has happened or fall into a place of hopelessness and defeat.
You can guess which response I hope you have.
When things go wrong, and I mean even when they go BADLY wrong, there are four questions to ask yourself. They are important questions and they can make a huge difference in your life. Here they are:
- Who should I talk to about this problem?
- How to I need to adjust my plans and expectations because of this problem?
- What lessons and gifts does this problem have to offer me?
- What is the next right step for me to take?
The next four blog posts will deal with these questions one at a time.