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Knock Knock

Knock Knock!

Who's there?

Opportunity.

(silence)

So what are you going to do?  Open the door or act like you're not home?  The choice is totally yours, and if you're not ready for opportunity to knock then for the love of god go hide in the closet!  Why do I say that?  Because if you're not ready to embrace it there's a really good chance you're just going to repeat some lessons.  Ugh.  That sucks, huh?

Let me give you an example.  If you tend to do really well but set yourself up to fail at the very last minute opportunity may be giving you the opportunity to change that approach.  If you don't understand why you do it or even acknowledge that you DO do it, then opportunity is more like the wolf dressed up like little red riding hood.  You'll find yourself in another no win outcome.  You have free will and can change this, but if you're not embracing the opportunity then you could be destined for a repeat performace. 

Once you can identify if the opportunity knocking is the wolf you can tell it to go away or not answer.    I am pretty aware of how many times I've answered the door when I should have been a bit more discerning.  It's the frustrating part about being human!  So open it!  But if you sense the wolf is wearing a dress become aware and invite it in for a chat.  Why is this happening again? What do you want to have happen?  Are you ready to show this pattern to the door and wait for the perfect opportunity to knock?  Yeah.  Me too.  Show me the new approach please!

So let's try this again.

Knock Knock!

Who's there?

Opportunity.

Great!  I've been totally expecting you! 

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