I’m thankful for technical glitches. I don’t enjoy them, especially when I don’t understand, however, due to formatting changing as Lyndon and I worked on completing the layout for the book (to go to the publishers layout team), we picked up a couple of errors that otherwise would have been missed! A silver lining, a benefit in the bother. So I see again, how useful challenges can be. It’s usually afterwards that the learning and other benefits comes, but it’s worth persevering through challenges and looking for the gold, as it’s there!
Due to this, my final page is not complete, (as I had coaching sessions today, not a usual Saturday activity, but a great one), but if I don’t have it sorted by late tonight or tomorrow I’ll be very surprised.
How lovely to be so very close to completion – of this part of the journey – but the wild ride and constant learning continues.
I’m grateful that I can now see the potential for gold to come from challenges, as my approach in my younger days was frustration and disappointment. Sometimes when the challenge is enormous I get excited when I think about the possible enormous benefits that could be on the other side! The toughest part of a challenge is just before the breakthrough, and it’s darkest, just before the dawn. Hang in there!
Cheering you on,