Everybody has a bad day or so I have been told. I happened upon a really great article the other day that gave me new perspective on those bad days. Maybe it's not the whole day thats bad. Maybe it's just a few minutes of bad followed by a whole day of thinking about it? Often times it can be easier to latch on to one event and measure the rest of the day by it's impact. I think about all those brain freezes I used to get in the summer as a kid as I tried to eat a Slurpee at high speed. Now that definitely did not deter me from ever liking cold things again. Instead I think it took many more attempts for me to learn my lesson on how I react to high fructose fun and brain pain! The outcome of your emotions is always up to you. We have all had those moments of embarrassment or going splat in public only to have a friend seconds later making us laugh uncontrollably about our latest comedy routine (all while we are still in pain mind you). It's a choice how we react and how we behave in any moment. With that said we can turn on a dime to make our mood better for everyone at anytime. What magical powers we have at our fingertips during a bad day!
Brent Tibbetts (Me)