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Do What You Do Best and Count On Your Partners For Help

In the card game Euchre in our house, every hand was completed with a lesson on what to do better next time. One adage my parents often repeated was, count on your partner for help. It meant that you didn’t have to make all three tricks by yourself; your partner could probably make one, so let them and try not to get in their way; in other words, ‘never trump your partner’s Ace’.


Our job is to focus on what we do best, what we can contribute, without worrying about all the things. We can count on everyone else doing the same thing. And therefore, we don’t have to do it all, neither do we have worry about what others are doing.

 

We just need to keep our eyes on our own paper and xdo what only we can do. The other stuff will take care of itself.

 

Try this ONE thing


Where do you find yourself trying to do it all? Or if you’re not doing it all, you’re worrying about how others are doing their part.

Isn’t it time to stop? It is.


 


Hey! Are you already successful and accomplished? Do you have many things to appreciate about your life right now? Are you always open to learning more and growing yourself?

Despite all your successes, do you sometimes doubt yourself? Do you hesitate to go after what you really want in life?

Or maybe you dismiss your past successes, putting them down to luck, and don’t really see how extraordinary you really are?

If this sounds like you, you and I should have a conversation. Drop me a line here, karen.laidlaw.theONEthing@outlook.com, and let’s talk!

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