It doesn’t matter how it all began. When crisis came into light. All those replays in your mind are meaningless. You can agonize every day for the remainder of your life, but what will that accomplish? The most important aspect is not the beginning, but how you finish strong, how you overcome obstacles presented.
Think about how you want to spend your energy? It is better served in the beginning or the end? Where do focus your strength? Valid questions, yet many struggle with putting the first step forward. They remain fixated on the why aspect instead of creating action to enable that first step.
You got to take baby steps before you can walk, leap, jump, and run. The same thought process can be applied to overcoming crises. If you truly break it down, crises have their own categories connected by roller coasters. There will always be high and low points, yet the key is finding the middle ground for stabilization purposes. Once stabilized, you can begin taking baby steps forward.
In life we are inspired and motivated by success stories so why not create our own success story? A story that is so inspirational that can be used as a springboard to motivate others. Or more importantly, achieve success yourself.
There are certain crises that are inevitable. It was meant to occur, often without pure justification. But that is now in the past, you control the outcome going forward. The question now becomes is how are you going to finish strong?
Take those baby steps and “keep those feet moving.”