Admitting Defeat

Blank, blank, and blank. Mershon

I’m one day away from writing a blog everyday for a year and I’m coming up with nothing—nothing! How is this possible? I’ve had a good, or not so good, idea for 364 days in a row and today I can’t think of a thing. Is it the first day of daylight savings that’s causing it? Am I at the bottom of the bucket? Who knew there were only 364 ideas in there?

I promise you that tomorrow I will have something meaty for you. Something that will forever change your life—or not. Probably not something funny as humor is my weak spot but perhaps something personal and spicy. Stay tuned.

Affirmation: I can admit defeat.

Coaching questions: How do you handle situations when you come up lacking? What helps you move forward despite the disappointing behavior? How do you affirm yourself?


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8 thoughts on “Admitting Defeat

    1. Thanks for your affirming words. Writing a daily blog and a book have been very challenging. Sometimes I really have to dig around in that old brain of mine. But—use it or lose it, right?


  1. You were not defeated! There was a message in your blog today – sometimes our minds and bodies declare a need and demand a rest. Acknowledging this is a valuable message. Ergo: #365. 🎉

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  2. Everyone deserves a “blank” day! And if you have two or three in a row, that’s okay, too. I love your blogs so don’t put so much pressure on yourself. Your faithful readers will always be ready to read when you are ready to write!

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