Difficult Days

I am grateful for frustrating difficult days, after a bout of complaining that is.

They push me out my comfort zone, engage passionate debate, intentional action and motivates change, in order create pockets of excellence and growth. Or maturation as my mother likes to say.

I allow the frustrating moments to happen once, then I need to do something about it or stop complaining.

Complaining without action is clutter resulting in complacency.

Frustration without focus is stagnation resulting in disengagement.

Turn the Negative ranting energy into motivation for improvement or turn away.

One response to “Difficult Days”

  1. Dimitrios Zacharopoulos Avatar

    Bronwynn, you are an inspiration. I love reading your blog entries. Even though I am not a parent, I can relate and it gives me context for many things in life. Wow you have a drive that I’ve not see in many women before. Keep on moving forward. You should also think about taking all this one day and writing a book! It will do well!

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