Like Susan Boyle, Finish the Song

Susan Boyle had several strikes against her – learning disabilities, anxiety from being bullied by classmates, the kind of scars that do not heal, according to her. But that didn’t stop her. She went on to finish the song.

Can you relate to that? We’ve all had shaping experiences early in life and memories of being misrepresented or misunderstood. As Sandwiched Boomers, you’re likely keeping lots of balls in the air and feeling the stress of that. Here are a couple of tips to help you keep going:

Don’t be swayed by the attitude of others, no matter whether they sneer or cheer. Focus inward. Access the internal strength and confidence to move forward on your own steam. Pay attention only to what you’re doing.

The unexpected can come at any time. Be prepared. Stay motivated as you practice your skills. And pretty soon, step by step, you’ll turn your hopes and dreams into reality.

Click on the title to read an article on from our newsletter, Stepping Stones, on Managing Stress.

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