Why You Why You Can't Fire Yourself for Messing Up

By Ron D. Carlson | Accepting Self

Dec 30

We’ve been there, someone is “let-go”, laid-off, fired.  Maybe by a boss, perhaps by a friend.  Perhaps you have experienced it too.

Jarring, abrupt, rending perhaps and then each party moves on.

Perhaps you have gently let a graphic designer go or a fired a service provider by simply shifting to someone else.

There is one “firing” we can’t do however.  Fire ourselves.

No matter how much we would distance ourselves from a “mess-up” or an unfortunate feature, we can’t fire it to make it go away.  The feature is woven into our fabric as part of ourselves.

Denying it won’t make it go away either.

There comes a point in the mindfulness of what we are that we accept we have warts, imperfections, that we make mistakes.

Improving in those areas or simply learning to laugh at them are the journey of our next.

Firing them simply isn’t possible no matter how much we would want them to “go away permanently”.

Such is the real truth about the Science of Change.  We need to embrace that we are as we are AND embrace what we will become and merge those two together into a new possibility.

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My name is Ron D. Carlson and I help women and some men who feel that life has passed them by. They are stuck on the hamster wheel. They feel like the best times are over. I help them rediscover passion in their lives and feel the magic again. It’s Time to "Fall in Love with Living Again." The journey to reclaiming your life begins with passion. Let's get started. You'll feel alive and connected to the world around you for the first time in years. Ron D. Carlson - Destiny Mentor | Change Artist | Intuitive Advisor | Escaped Executive | The Space Man

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