Playing to Win…

Playing to Win...

Can I share with you that not everything is about Winning every day.

It’s not about having huge triumphs on continuous tap. For me winning is the progress that you make to reach those triumphs.

It’s about having the persistence, determination, courage, perseverance, will power, strength, endurance and patience to continue no matter what obstacles may appear… It’s knowing that you have your eyes set on a goal and when all the stars align – whatever they may be at the time that you will open the door to the opportunity you have been manifesting for some time…

Now this is what winning is about as you have taken huge steps, climbed over many obstacles, had to make huge decisions and possibly changed directions to be where you are and still continued to work towards the goal you set out to achieve.  People may say you need to make the most of what you can access in the early years but this may not work for everyone and that is okay. People may say you need to do more, but what you need to do is make sure what you do aligns with your values and works for your family…

Ultimately you are not in a race with anyone but you, so be kind to you.  You are better taking 5 or 10 years to achieve your goal then setting yourself up for failure.  Worse still, getting to your goal sooner with you collapsing in a heap burnt out,  while your family has been torn apart with no connections as your ego was so determined that winning the race was going to be the answer to all your problems… Take a deep breath and digest what is happening and slowly increase the distance you go taking your own needs, your childs needs and then yours into account as this is how you will win the best race of all…

The race that ends with you discovering patience you never knew you had, learning more about your amazing child and turning obstacles into opportunities while gaining more than you could have ever imagined…

Now to be part of a Winning Community where together we can share our empathy, struggles and wins as we know how hard it can be on this journey and how much it means to achieve great things I would love to invite you to join us at Autism Living Life On The Spectrum.

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