Picture this scenario.
You’re flying in a plane. It’s just you and the pilot. The pilot suddenly keels over with a heart attack and dies.
The plane now is in a nose-dive.
You now have a choice to make, and you need to make it fast. (This is where your chameleon skills come into play).
Option One: Do nothing. Hold on for the ride. Let gravity decide your outcome.
Option Two: Take control.
Please choose option two. Don’t blame the pilot. Don’t throw a fit. Don’t huff and puff. Just take control.
When your life’s in a nosedive and everything that could possibly go wrong is going wrong, take control.
Don’t blame the economy. Don’t blame your circumstances. Don’t blame your boss. Don’t blame your co-workers. Don’t blame your customers. Don’t blame your spouse.
We all know there are times and moments when it seems like everything is out of our control. “I’ve never flown a plane, and I don’t know how to fly!!!”
Of course you don’t know how! But don’t you think when the stuff’s hitting the fan, it’s worth a shot? The alternative outcome is guaranteed to be worse.
Grab the controls – and take control.