EMBRACE THE CHALLENGES

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Tom Tatum – Author – 2016

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2 responses to “EMBRACE THE CHALLENGES

  1. Thank you for your comments, Virginia. You have made many good points and I share your concerns. When the going gets tough, I too, have found myself in all the categories described. Please read my blog post “YOUR DREAM BEYOND THE WALL” because we don’t fail when we learn from our mistakes and grow to do different things. Life is a process—looking to God for answers and listening to the messages He sends is very wise. Please feel free to send me a private email if you like at: IfTigersWereAngels@gmail.com
    Bless you, Tom

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  2. When the going gets tough,….I don’t know where I fit in. Perhaps my husband and I are going through our middle aged crisis where he begins to realize our children are all grown and out of the house. I’m now dog sitting doing not much with my life working out of my home make small sporadic profits from creations I create on my own. My husband sees his years of hard work spent on endless debt & not much to show for it. They say focus on what you have rather what you don’t & be thankful. I do. My spouse, I’m not so sure. He has this crazy idea to setup shop somewhere and have a business of our own with my wrk/creations. I’m not business savvy & I’m always been told to start small which is why I was working out of my home & being productive. Apparently it seems that’s not enough. It’s difficult for me to perceive another debt on my account. I know that through God anything is possible. However, sometimes it’s difficult to ignore the voice of reason when we already have plenty debt to deal with. And then there’s the gutt wrenching truth of if and when the business fails. Unfortunately, my husband doesn’t take responsibility for these decisions well & anything (-) ends up being my responsibility. So when the going gets tough, I don’t know what to do or where to turn to but leave it in God’s hands because unfortunately, I often feel a failure. : (

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