Do you ever find yourself in a funk? I sure do. Once I was on the road, preparing to deliver a speech. I love speaking, but I was experiencing an unusual amount of distraction and self-doubt.
I had about four hours before I went on stage. So, I decided to call my wife, Gail.
A Call for Help
She instantly knew I wasn’t in a good place. (This is one of the many benefits of long-term marriage. My wife can read me like a book.)
“Okay,” she said after listening to me whine for a few minutes. “I want you to hang up and go for a run. Call me when you are done.”
I was tempted to blow her off, but I knew in my heart that she was right. I needed a big shift in my emotional state. And it wasn’t going to just happen. I needed to do something.
So I laced up and headed outside.
When I called her an hour later, everything had changed. My emotional state had shifted—dramatically. I was focused, alert, and upbeat. I had a can-do attitude.
Motion Drives Emotion
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