Jerry is a great electrician. His personality is likeable, and he loves teaching me lessons on what he knows best – electricity. He often says, “When you know what you’re doing – anything is easy.” Here are five tips that Jerry taught me that helped make life easier for me.
Life Lesson #4: Know When You’ve Blown A Fuse
You’ve got to know when you’ve blown a fuse. Translated to life, that becomes: Do you have a dull headache? Is your neck stiff? It’s time to change the fuse. Clutch your fists, and open them. Do it again. Clutched fists are symbolic of a blown fuse. When you open your fists, say, “I’m changing my blown fuse.” Breathe deeply and let the calmness flow through your fingertips to your whole body. Take a minute and do this several times – you are transforming your mind from overwhelm to underwhelm.
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