How To Recover When You've Let Someone Down

Have you ever let someone down?  Have you ever made someone feel less valued?  It feels worse than locking your keys in your car, one of my monthly habits.  The good news is that there is a simple and clear way to move forward.  It does take some courage however.  Here are three things you can do to begin repairing that relationship with the potential to make it stronger.

They call it Work for a Reason

There are some days when I don’t want to do jack squat. And even on those days, jack squat seems like a stretch. I don’t always have to 'do' something. I run my own company now. No one is going to fire me if I stay in bed longer than I planned. If I don’t get the research done that I wanted to, or prep for a session that I have that day with a client, no one will know but me. But I can’t fool myself anymore. My work will suffer for it and my ability to make a difference in the world diminishes if I don’t show up consistently. Do the work.