By DAVID TEPERA | Posted: Tuesday, December 15, 2015
We are all familiar with the 2-minute warning in the game of football. It’s when there’s only 2 minutes left on the game clock in the second and fourth quarter.
This time period is critical because teams must strategize according to the score, especially the fourth quarter since it will determine a win or loss.
To me, we all receive a 2-minute warning in the game of life. How many of you have serious health issues, and your doctor has told you to change your lifestyle or a major surgery or even death will follow?
How about an abusive relationship in which the last episode was one too many?
Maybe your employer is not recognizing your qualifications and experience and keeps passing you on promotions and pay raises?
It’s possible, that under certain circumstances, it’s not wise to make a haste decision by quitting or walking away too soon. The quick results could be devastating.
Now it’s time to keep a cool head, a wise mind and put a winning strategy in place.
If it’s pertaining to your health, seek out professional help to not only change your diet and exercise regime, but for mental support as well.
If its relationship issues, then reach out to family and certain friends and put a plan in place to remove yourself. Some or most of the time children are involved and your decisions affects their well-being.
Of course, it’s possible higher authoritative help is needed. Just depends on individual circumstances.
When it comes to occupational changes, it might be time to update a resume, join LinkedIn and start networking with people in your field of choice.
Now, this is your 2-minute warning. Start strategizing, work on your plan and win this awesome but challenging game of life.
Life is too precious, and we all deserve the best life possible.