It’s very tempting in situations of challenge to ask ‘why’?
More specifically ‘why is this happening to me’?
Check out this perspective…
“The habitual reaction, when faced with hard times is, ‘Why is this happening to me?’ What I would encourage you to think instead is, ‘Why is this happening for me?’” ~ Emily Fletcher
I’ve had countless conversations with a friend on this in which we’ve posed hundreds of times this question…
‘What’s the benefit of situation x’?
Ring as many beneficial ‘why’s’ outta a situation + link it to how it helps your potential and you’ve got a whole new way of interpreting challenges.