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The Top 10 Practical Things to do to Survive an Economic Downturn


Give yourself time to recover

Recovery time is never wasted time. On the contrary this is your defining moment. Success they say is when preparation meets opportunity.

Well, recovery time is preparation time. When it’s properly done success is imminent. When it’s hastily done, usually it’s back to the grind. Let’s look at some words that capture best what it means to recover. Return to a normal state of health, mind or strength, recuperate, get better, get well, get back on ones feet, feel oneself again, get back, win back, take back, retrieve etc.

What most of these words presupposes is that something was lost that needs to be recovered, with few exceptions to the rule anytime a form of failure occurs something had gone wrong ab initio. Truth be told nothing just happens. Some wrong words, thoughts or actions got you to where you are. Trying to get back on the right track with the same state of mind that got you in the wrong track is a colossal waste of time, it’s not going to happen.

Recovery time means getting new facts and information that would change your world view. A mind they say is a terrible thing to waste. A changed mind is success going somewhere to happen. Good news and bad news! The good news is anybody can turn a bad situation around, if they are willing to do the hard work. Read the books, get the counseling from the mentors, learn the skill, plan to never give up. The bad news is, it’s hard, it takes a great deal of time to have a changed mind and life and most would either not do it or start and stop when the kitchen gets too hot.

These same principles apply to most things in life. Marriage, weight loss, good health, finances etc. My question to you is what would you decide to do today? To give up or recover? Whatever you decide, remember that life is generally hard, to be wealthy, healthy and successful is hard, to be poor, broke, busted and disgusted is also hard. You choose your HARD! I chose the painful, hard, uncertain road to recovery. My mantra; DIE TRYING.

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