Recently a friend posted a statement comparing life to a roller coaster.
Sometimes life is like a roller coaster… As the momentum builds climbing the first hill, slow and steady we begin to waver and change our mindset, instead be encouraged to anticipate the ride. It’s worth the drop in the pit of your stomach while you’re screeching down from the top, allow yourself to throw up your hands, let go of your fear and enjoy the ride!
Yes, we need to anticipate and be able to manuever through the twist and turns of life. However, there is a difference between a free fall and choosing to get on the ride. Life with no control is a free fall, no idea when or where you will land. It make you ‘feel’ like you are on a roller coaster with the daily ups and downs.
Roller coasters can be exciting when we control when to get on. If someone else is controlling the ups and downs in your life, it’s time to get off the ride and take control for our own benefit .
Tip #2 – Take control
Do you feel like life is a spiraling roller coaster of finances, work, family, and added to that, responsibility of the growth and development of the next generation? You know those feelings, the surges, ups, downs and rush. Anticipation of reduction, layoffs and continuous threats of pay cuts keep most educators in a state of flux. Acknowledge that certain environmental factors are out of your control but don’t have to control you. Adapt and create a mindset which focuses on your approach and your attitude. Take control – and determine your future.
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