When it is all said and done, when you have done your work, done it well, and “tilled the soil” of your success, one thing remains: To trust that the “what” you have done will bear fruit. Trust is an inner knowing and a “focused surrender” that things will work out.
Here’s the scenario: It’s been a tough day at work with lots of demands from colleagues, clients, and customers, most of which remain unmet by the end of the day. You come home exhausted, frustrated, and cranky. You are met by your family excited to see you and want to talk to you. You are “spent” and burned-out. What to do?