Instead of just continuing the problem or ignoring it (or even crying about it and hoping it goes away - which I can say I have been guilty of in the past) I sat myself down and make a plan. I planned out exactly what needed to happen, along with where, when, and how. I also categorized those plans and decided what would be the most urgent matter if someone (state board, district manager, etc.) came in that day.
I was very proud of myself for making a plan and calming myself down. I had learned from the past that the only way to fix a problem is to actually try to be the solution. I asked questions, even if I felt like they were stupid because I wanted to make sure that every part of this transition was clear to me.
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