Capitalize on It!

As life takes us through many twists and turns, we find ourselves struggling to keep up. Sometimes it seems as if there are more bad days than good. On those bad days, we cannot even pinpoint the struggle, only that our spirits are low. On those days, the sun is shining, there are no heightened situations that need your immediate attention, and essentially, all is well.

But on those bad days, we begin to drift into self defeating thoughts about where we are in our lives and where we want to be. We think about mistakes we’ve made and whether  or not we are living out those consequences. We ponder about whether or not we will achieve the dreams that we have perceived to be ous. Our emotions are unsettled, our spirits hang low, and without warming, we subconsciously withdraw from our life’s work. Unfortunately, those days come far too many times leaving our goals and dreams on the backburner for as long as the mood lasts.

But then, out of nowhere, with no warning, and for no apparent reason, you just feel good. It can be a bright sunny day or impending thunder storms in the forecast. None of that matters, only that your day seems bright, you feel you can do anything, your spirits are high and your soul feels free. So what do you do on those days?

Capitalize on it! Pull out all the stops. Work your tail off. Pull all of those things off the back burner, prioritize your day and take advantage of the spirit in you that says go forth! On the days when you feel your best, be excellent and intentional in all that your do. Do not miss out on any opportunity that you have to  do your life’s work. Take advantage of the feel good day you are having. You don’t know how long it will last or when your next gloomy day will come. Commit your  energy to accomplishing your goals. Do not waste the best day of your life. Get something done in your favor!

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