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What Is Your “H.U.M.P.” System ?

Ok so by now if you have not seen the camel happily walking through, what we are led to believe is his place of work asking people what day it is; you probably don’t have a TV or you are probably not able to read this post so it won’t really matter anyway.

We have all, at one point or another thought, “Man, it is hump day. The weekend is almost here!”  Or sometimes we say that about our finances, “If I could just work a couple extra hours this week or pick up a part time this, that, or another; I could get some money and then get over THE HUMP”

Ah, the dreaded “HUMP”! What is your “HUMP” that you are trying to get over? Is it Physical, Financial, Mental, Emotional, or dare I ask it is just a PERCEIVED hump? I want to challenge you today to think of the word in a different way. I am not saying that my way is better or worse; it is just different.

Since I have recently adopted this, It is still a work in progress but I personally, think over everyday as HUMP day; because this is what “HUMP” stands for to me! It is kinda my marching orders or action plan, if you will.

HUMP to me now stands for “HANDLE, UNDERMINE, & MASTER PROBLEMS”. You see issues will always arise, but it is only a problem if you won’t or don’t handle the issue. So I will share with you a few things that have worked for me, when it comes time for me to get my “HUMP ON”

HANDLE: Most of the time when we encounter an issue, sometimes we think to ourselves or fear that we can’t handle it, for whatever reason; bad timing, etc. Well, every issue that came into my life that was less than desirable, was not ever on my schedule. This is where most rigid personalities or people who don’t like change suffer. When we make a DECISION backed by action, then we can begin the process to handle our issue.

This is where we generally say the “Serenity Prayer”; you know: “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference”. Once we accept that we CAN handle things once we have assessed the damage, resources available, and begin a course of action.

UNDERMINE: This is the toughest part, in my opinion. We have to take what we know that we can do, use our resources and stop this issue from becoming a problem. This is where you need to hit the “PAUSE” button on your life and situation and get brutally honest with yourself. If not, it will become a problem. 

In order to undermine any plan, you have to account for the thing in which you want to undermine. Whether that means to: hurry up, wait; buy this, sell that; make a call or send an email; make a request or answer an inquiry. You have two choices fix this issue or get whooped by a problem. The choice is ALWAYS yours.

MASTER: Once you have successfully undermined your issue and it has not graduated to the level of a problem, congratulations! You are 3/4 of the way there. What’s left? I am glad you asked. You need to put safeguards in place so that way when something arises again.

You already know what to do and you can execute quickly and more efficiently. One piece of advice I would offer in this scenario is having an accountability partner to help keep you on track and cheer you on!

Once you get implement your own “H.U.M.P.” system, everyday you can be as happy as a camel on “HUMP DAY” and you can be assured that whenever you think your issues may become a PROBLEM, you have it handled!

I hope you found value in today’s post and I look forward to receiving your comments and connecting with you.

Talk to you soon!

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10 thoughts on “What Is Your “H.U.M.P.” System ?

  1. Though I hear people reference to ” Hump day” quite often I personally never knew the meaning.

    Now I know, I have learned a bit. Though I will never use this term I am glad to have been educated to it’s meaning, in a positive light.

  2. Tony you have some God-given talent. Your ability to take something so simple and relate it to our every day lives is a gift. I'm sure that when peeps read this they will apply it to some place in there life whether its professional personal or otherwise. Well done friend!

  3. Kudos to you for another great post Tony. My personal hump is feat itself. Taking that fist step into something new is scary. But with a little encouragement from great mentors like you and a rock star accountability partner( Barbara Lydia Trapp) I am getting over that fear. One day, every day will be HUMP day for me 🙂

  4. Thank you Tony for always letting us get a peek into your great mind.. you have so much wisdom and such a great perspective on life!! I feel very blessed to know you and can't wait to see what else you have up your sleeve!!….I'm
    just speaking from the heart!! 🙂

  5. Coach Tony Tate Issues will always arise, but it is only a problem if you won’t or don’t handle the issue. Make the DECISION and back it up with action. Your decision of how you react will always determine your outcome. Stay positive and take action to solve your issue or at the very least learn from it to keep you from repeating it.

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