A Good Problem to Have, So Many Opportunities to Help Others! But Sharing Warning to Self...

by Hawke Robinson published 2016/11/03 15:05:00 GMT-7, last modified 2022-11-12T08:26:26-08:00
Sharing Caution to Self, Beware Too Many Brands in the Fire, This is a reminder to myself, but also to share (because it is a good "problem" to have), about needing to throttle back from adding too many brands in the fire (to mix metaphors)...

Ever since purchasing the trailer, things have accelerated at a wonderful, but also alarming, rate. These are the good kind of problems to have, but still important to note warnings, reminding myself not to overdo it (as an attempted to be reformed workaholic) :-) .

Wonderfully, people are coming at me from many directions with wonderful ideas and requests for help, services, training, etc., excited by the potentials their eyes are being opened to. There are so many people to help, and the use of RPGs (and music) as the modalities, really taking off in demand now that I have the prototype trailer!

But, there are a few things I still need to keep in priority and finish before I can go "full throttle" on all these many great opportunities.

  1. My sons are number one priority (and of course my recovering health issues). They are now 16, 18, & 20. So they require less constant time, but still are in important developmental stages requiring my availability, though no longer my constant attendance.
  2. I still need to finish the interdisciplinary bachelors degree in Recreation Therapy, Music Therapy, Neuroscience, & Research Psychology at Eastern Washington University (EWU), check on NCTRC degree compliance, apply for and complete the two internships (10 weeks psychology, and 16 weeks Therapeutic Recreation), and sit for the test to get the NCTRC certification (CTRS). About a year or so left (depending on internship and course timing, it could bleed into the following year.

Those caveats stated clearly as priorities, here are all the wonderful things brewing:


So, I intend to finish all the above (and whatever else I have in the TODO queue that didn't make it on this list), but please be understanding if it is stretched over a considerable amount of time. 

I am also going to have to reluctantly begin asking people to wait a year or so before I can engage in the many other offers being presented. When I have some assistants to help with my load, then we can ramp things up.

Happy Gaming!


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