If you don’t like what you experience—that is your own fault—that is your own judgment—and nobody’s preventing you from changing your attitude.
Crying instead of laughing over spilt coffee doesn’t make it any less spilt—only you more wretched.
Upon the arrival of winter, the goose can only fly south and the bear always becomes lethargic. These creatures have preprogrammed response options. We have the blessing of choice.
The past weighs heavy on no one. The burden lies within our present perception of it. The same can be said of the future.
The cost of any event is sunk. If something stresses you out, you can reduce the burden only by changing your attitude.
Blaming is comforting, but self-depreciating. Acceptance and thoughtful change, on the other hand, demolishes all obstacles.
So respond positively to the negative, respond positively to the positive, and remain indifferent to all things indifferent.
Kettlebell Workout of the Week:
Episode 16 – SNATCHZILLA
Have a stress free day!
– Pat Flynn
PS – What techniques do you use to handle stress? Please share them in the comment section.