Can you pinpoint What Was The Best Day Of Your Life?
My best day started out like any other. At the time, I had no idea about its significance. It was the day I met my partner and wife Carol Ann. It was Labor Day, 1977, to be exact. And it changed the path of my life to this date.
I was recently divorced and dating Penny, a lady with whom I enjoyed a great physical relationship. I believed I wanted nothing more. Yet, my recurring prayer was to meet a woman to whom I would freely commit to for all years to come and for that it happen before I was a nursing home candidate.
On that eventful day, Carol was the date of a former corporate executive client. Penny and I met her at his pool party that evolved to a Blues Brothers concert at the Universal Amphitheater and then back to his home for dinner. During the concert intermission Penny turned to me and asked, “Where are you?” I answered, “Both here and not here.” She responded, “I know, you are over there with her.”
It was right then, during the intermission, that I told Penny when we got back to Alan’s home I was going to ask him how serious he was about Carol. If he was not really involved I would ask his permission to ask her for her phone number. He responded, “Just dating her. May the best man win!”
Penny and I exchanged a hug good bye when I walked her to her door that night. We both knew we would not be together again,
I called Carol the next day and have had no interest in being even casually involved with another woman since.
I am eternally grateful that Carol and I connected on that day. We were truly in the right place at the right time. That day in 1977 was the most pivotal day that I remember in my life thus far. Interestingly, I cannot even think of a competing moment; and, it is a day that I give thanks for every day for that reason.
Reflections Questions Exercise
How does recalling What Was The Best Day Of Your Life feel?
How does that memory affect my self esteem? How about my confidence?
What were the consequences of the event/s?
What helped or hindered my part of the process?
What were the uniqueness’s? Outcomes? Benefits? Costs? Problems? Resolution?
What will I do now to implement these lessons into my life (Planned Action)?
In another post I will offer specific brain training tips on how to leverage What Was The Best Day Of Your Life to boost your self esteem and self confidence to achieve your biggest goals.
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Virgil Beasley, Psy.D.
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