Never worry alone

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Apparently one of the reasons why smart people underperform is because they worry alone or they worry with the wrong people. So this coming year I’d like to suggest that instead of making a resolution list (or alongside it) we create a list of things that we really need some or a lot of help with, and commit ourselves to force, yes, force ourselves to actively ask for that help.

Over the last few months I have matured enough to understand that there are times in life when we need to look for help, and have the courage to request it. We have to be adult enough to do it, and be prepared to pay for it too in money and/or ego, but really we must learn to ask for help. It’s part of life, part of being a human being. Requesting help has nothing to do with laziness, but it has a lot to do with good judgment, with having a good understanding of where we are and what our circumstances, capabilities, limits and stumbling blocks are.

The language of requesting for help is a new sort of language for me, but this year I’ve been humbly learning to start using it. It’s liberating not having to worry all alone. Try it.

In the New Year, let’s have the courage to ask for help.

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Never worry alone

  1. ABSOLUTELY! if we never ask for help we actually block the blessing which can flow onto those who help. Remember it is and always should be more blessed to give than to receive. We must learn to accept with absolute gratitude and graciousness. I have had to learn this lesson many times in my life. Start this new year as if it is an unmarked canvas. Don’t destroy it with goals and plans but simply make the first brush stroke. Add these as you go and perhaps in 2017 you will find you have a picture (perhaps only in your mind) that is full of memories both the brilliantly positive and some not so but all about a new year of possibilities. Cheers!

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