Book Excerpt: Don't Force It

Updated: Nov 29, 2020

Yesterday, was a tough day for me. Anxiety attack kind of tough.

Although many people debate me about it, I am a true introvert. I like people, and I'm good with them, but connecting to people for an extended period of time is draining. I'm an overthinker, and being around people kicks me into overdrive.

So, lately my business ventures have connected me to a lot of people. I was moseying along quite well - a smile here, a wave there, a "How are you," and "I'm fine," - I was killing this networking thing.

Then I ran smack dab into a wall of deceit, immaturity, and callousness.

Ugghhh. My spirit was vexed.

I had to remind myself that God knows me, and He's for me. I had to breathe. I had to stay functional to handle what needed to be done. I had to . . . breathe.

"One step at a time," I reminded myself over and over again. Just get the next thing done.