Frustration can ruin even your best effort, unless you learn how to reframe it and make frustration work for you.
Frustration is an annoyance, anger, or discontentment that disrupts our focus. We get so set in our ways, that even the slightest malfunction can cause a meltdown.
Having everything perfect is the perfect way to screw up even your best effort. You must leave room for error — on your part, your customer’s part, or just the wind that happened to blow that day.
“Having everything perfect is the perfect way to screw everything up” – Jeff Crume
Getting frustrated takes you off center, and you need to be centered to be your best. In this short video, I share a first-hand experience of how I reframed frustration that resulted in an spectacular turn of events.