strike “overwhelmed” from your vocabulary
Your plate is full, right?
You’ve been at this for a while.
Life is your kind of kuh-raz-eee.
And then it gets fuller, and the time has come, or there’s a curve-ball, and things get well n’ truly wild.
And you could say, because it’s your right to, that you’re feeling “overwhelmed”. But don’t. Don’t go there.
Stay with me, on the light side of change and bursting creativity; on the front end of pressure, and greatness, and the best and worst kinds of challenges.
You let angst flop on your couch. You fret that you might not have the resources to surmount obstacles or to seal the deal on your dream.
Let’s make a pact. If you slip and use the o-word, I’ll refuse to believe you. I’m going to act like you didn’t even say it, and I’m going to remind you that:
You put everything on your plate with intention, and you have a huge say in creating your reality.
You’ve been watering your dreams for years and you’re going to get what you ask for and allow (ya!)
Tragic circumstances or a circus of success — you’ve got what it takes to meet life with more giving.
Ban “overwhelmed” from your vocabulary. Refuse it entry to your psyche. You’re bigger than that.
Just be, you know, whelmed (this is best said with a Jewish, Brooklyn accent.)
Whelmed. Not at full capacity, rather, full of capacity.
Whelmed. Sounds full of potential, doesn’t it?