Making your best decisions and fully learning from their application is easy when there are little to no threats around you. But, as Mike Tyson was once quoted, “everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face.”

Fear and anxiety will immediately close the mind to focus only on protecting ourselves, thus impacting each decision thereafter. We know that without re-initiating the thought processes that guide our decisions and continued learning, we may make poor decisions that lead to even greater stress. Self-initiate to get it back.

As tensions form around you, focus still to learn and apply with your greatest reasoning. We will do our best if we can get back to a calmness to fully calibrate again, rather than falter from the adversity. Easier said than done, but know that the sooner you can calm the mind to again be open, the sooner you will work free of the stressors. Generate for yourself the renewed conditions that help to re-engage cogent thoughts of what will I do next, rather than what will happen to me next.

“Neither comprehension nor learning can take place in an atmosphere of anxiety.” — Rose Kennedy —


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