All Washed Up

All Washed UpAll Washed Up

 

Doesn’t have to mean washing out.

 

There it is…my poor cell phone which happened to fall

out of my pocket into the washing machine…

 

Lesson:  Check Your Pockets before Washing Your Clothes!

 

 

Though my phone is shiny and sparkly,

it no longer works.

 

Sometimes that’s how it is in business…

things may look dazzling,

but if it doesn’t work, move on.

 

There are those of us who are stubborn and don’t like to give up,

so we stick with it.  Whatever it is. No matter what.

 

If your opportunity it isn’t working…give it up,

but not before you give it a good old honest go.

 

There are also those things that appear not to be working,All Washed Up 2 002

but it could be that we don’t know how

to work them… and we give up too soon.

 

It’s all about knowing when to let go and begin again, and when to get the support you need.

 

If  you’ve been hanging on to an opportunity that isn’t working, or

if you don’t know how to work the one you have… find a trusted

friend or mentor.

 

For me…my old cell phone doesn’t work, and my new one,

I’ve haven’t much of  a clue…

but I do know where to turn.  Do You?

 

Don’t let that “all washed up” feeling

lead you to washing out.

 

If you need an invite to Rippln,
 contact me on facebookBG Jenkins

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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BG is a wife, mother of 2, grandmother of 3, and a former realtor living in South Texas. Her current ventures are in the area of affiliate marketing, writing, and spending time with her family.

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BG is a wife, mother of 2, grandmother of 3, and a former realtor living in South Texas. Her current ventures are in the area of affiliate marketing, writing, and spending time with her family.

6 thoughts on “All Washed Up”

    1. Hi Jenni, actually we got mine out also and put it in a bowl of rice and it was too late. My husband things it was because we tried to turn it on first. Live and learn. lol. Thanks for commenting.

    1. Hi Cathie, I so agree… Many times, it’s those folks who are my age who just don’t want to let it go because we’ve been taught “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” Beating a deal horse just doesn’t do it, and no amount of beating will bring it back to life. Thanks for commenting.

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