Oh no! I have scheduled a Facebook Live training, and I have NO connection! You have got to be kidding me. I have posted, planned and I’m ready to share my thoughts, but there is a poor connection. Have you been there? Either leading the Live training or waiting to receive the information? The only word that can describe this feeling is FRUSTRATION.
In this world of advanced technology, we still aren’t able to get a clear connection. On my walk this week, I was pondering this frustration and what I can learn from it. Is there something you have been working on for a long time? Are you wondering when you will see a breakthrough? All the questions swirling whether to keep pushing or give up. Really? Don’t I have another option? Are my only options pushing or giving up? When you have done all you can do, it is time to become more. And, this is when the 3rd option becomes more apparent. Wireless, clear connections have been around long before computers were a thought for Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. There is unlimited power and resources available if we choose to believe the 3rd option. When you are at the end of your rope, tried everything and completely exhausted, it is at that point you are open to receive the signal through this wireless connection.
Do I have you sitting on the edge of your seat wondering what the 3rd option is? If you have been reading my blog since October, you may have guessed it already. However, I will give you a clue. It is a higher power, not of this world but in the world. Christians around the world celebrated, in my opinion, the most important day of the year. The churches were packed this past Sunday with families gathering at the cross celebrating the resurrection.
So now what? It is the work week. Where is that clear connection I need for my business? Before you get frustrated, know you have another option. It is not either or, it is the way. Before you go and check your wireless router in your house or office, ask yourself if you have tapped into the best connection first.
Until next Friday. . .