The big day is coming and everyone knows it. Prior to that date you’ve prepared and worked hard. You've internalized the information, put systems in place and set your minds in motion for what’s to come. You’ve worked with others, did research, asked question and even wrote down some things to remember. Your mind is full of what it is that you need to know, so why are you second guessing yourself now?
The fear and anxiety of failing, puts many in a position to fail. The experience of the blended emotions will clog your mind and smoother your thoughts. Fear and anxiety has the potential to fill your mind with negative images of what could happen and cause you to start thinking the worse. You defeat yourselves by letting the negative thoughts and energy of failure creep into your minds.
For me, Failure doesn’t live here. I can say that and I know that. Failure doesn’t live here, with me, because each time I set forth to achieve another goal, I always give it my all. As long as I’m giving MY BEST, I can not fail. Granted I might not achieve what I set out to do the first time; but news flash! It wasn’t my time too, and I’ve learned something new during that experience that gave me a better understanding of what I needed to know, and it showed me what I missed.
Each time I embrace a new experience, I embrace it with an open mind, as a student ready to learn, and as a sponge prepared to absorb all I can. I won’t stop until I’ve achieved my dream. I won’t give up until I crossed the finished line and I will never stop growing because there’s more to learn.
All I’m trying to say is, “Don’t Stop, it’s Yours. There’s Progress in the Process, Now Go Get What’s Yours!”
I'm a licensed Clinical Social worker, license to work in the State of Pennsylvania. I have over 19 years experience working in the Mental Health Field as a Child Welfare Worker, Administrator, Consultant, Educator and Clinician. I'm dedicated and committed to the work I do which includes impacting and changing lives. In my spare time I like to write poetry, watch movies, and share my thoughts through blogging.