I received a ton of responses about our fallen tree that ripped out our electrical line.
The tree is officially out of our yard, thanks to my father-in-law, Charlie and his chainsaw.
When I first saw the tree, I thought it was going to take a whole day to remove.
It was surprisingly quick. It actually took around an hour and a half to get it completely out of the yard.
Having this systematic approach made the whole process way faster.
Everyone had their own part and knew their roles.
When I first looked at the fallen tree, the electrical wire laying on the ground, and a big hole in the side of our house, I felt overwhelmed. I had never faced something like that. It was completely new to me.
I can remember, as a kid, for the first day of school, I always felt super anxious.
When I decided to open my dental office, I did it completely from scratch. I had zero patients and zero experience on how to run a business. I was very anxious and doubted myself almost everyday.
I used to have a debilitating fear, that if I didn’t know where to start, I would simply do nothing.
Now, even though I’m not going in to Dente, I’m still working. I’m calling my suppliers, I’m still running Facebook ads, and as you know, I’m still writing stories. I’m preparing to get back to work, at full speed, once I return.
I still have days that I’m up and feeling good, and then days that I’m down. But the down days are a lot less than the up days.
The more I keep my schedule full, the less time I have to allow my mind to wonder into negative thinking.
Floss like a madman! Emilio “Shelter In Place Projects” Couret