Stress.

I remember one of the first times I became more aware of the word stress. I was in my second year of college and a friend I had met through one of my courses began telling me how depressed he had begun to feel. He was taking a Stress Management course and developed an obsession of how many thingamajigs and thingamabobs there now were to stress about. Things he never even thought about, now began to overwhelm him and he didn’t know where to go or what to do next.

I’m sharing this story with you because it is a real example, that without properly preparing yourself, one simple word (stress), can quickly become bigger than you. Now you ask, “How do I prepare for such a challenge?” You begin it with how you want it to end. Or in other words, you aim your goal toward success. “Is that possible?” And the answer is, “Yes, when you learn how to make what may seem impossible, possible.” And the answer to that is, you begin with I. You make impossible look like ‘I am possible’. Now this is where my S comes into play. You map SANITY and set it in motion.

Sanity is not something we have, it is something we learn to keep. The battle is always on. There are always challenges and distractions that will present themselves to you. It’s about learning how to be comfortable when uncomfortable is convincing you to listen. And because peace begins from within, your answer is to master the equation that will always keep you sane.

A Sanity approach,

Daniel J Sanidad