Hang in there!
You’ve said it…
I’ve said it…
We’ve all said, “Hang in there!”
I never liked the phrase because the implication always seems to be wrong.
“Hang in there,” is active not passive.
Normally when you hang in there you passively sit like a big lump waiting for fortune & favor to drop in your lap.
Hanging in there is a combination of mental, physical, & emotional skills.
& since it’s a skill, it can be learned.
I’m sure you’ve found yourself frustrated because you know you checked out of a situation too soon.
You turned back or rang the bell & regretted it immediately wondering what could’ve happened if I would’ve only hung in there?
The only way you’ll learn to hang in there is by hanging in there.
Physically, Emotionally, annnnd Mentally.
Physically: Your body language has to convey that you’re still in the game & can be here all night if you have to be.
Emotionally: It’s not that you don’t feel the high emotions, it’s that you learn how to manage them- not letting them spill over and ruin your leverages.
Mentally: Actively looking for connections and openings in order to link your separations together so you can positively move forward.
All 3 have to be in play in order to successfully hang in there.
Hang in there 😉
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