大家好 我是Brian Tracy
Hi I’m Brian Tracy
and fortunately during these San Diego fires,
my community Solana Beach was not touched.
The reason why were so many fires in the northern parts
was because of some has so much dry brush.
Now the 2014 San Diego County wildfires
were a swarm of wildfires that erupted in mid-may
during severe heat wave and Santa Ana wind conditions.
These weather conditions contributed to the spread of these fires which
led to about 14 different fires in 14 areas.
These fires burned more than 26,500 acres,
mostly country acres,
they destroyed 11 homes and buildings and damaged over 55 properties.
Current estimates of damage are over 20 millions of dollars.
Now people ask what do you do when something like this happens.
Well it’s not the first time has happened in San Diego
and it’s happened all over the country.
So what we say is first of all get the facts
with regard to your own situation.
And then do everything possible to minimize the damage from the fire
if it’s affecting you.
Concentrate on the moment for now,
whether you have to move out and move away,
whether you can water down your property,
whether there’s anything that you can do.
Once the fire has occurred and it’s over which it soon is.
Then the next question is to deal with reality,
so what you’re going to have to do is:
pick up the pieces and move on.
William James of Harvard said:
the first step in dealing with any difficulty is to be willing to have it so.
Once something has happened,
and it’s irreversible and unchangeable.
and you must be willing to have it so.
And the final step is then begin to do everything possible
to get back to normal.
Take everything possible to get back to your original situation.
Be proactive, don’t wait for someone else to do it for you
because no one else is coming along.
Get so busy repairing your situation and correcting it
that you don’t have time to feel negative or to worry about it anymore.
大家好 我是Brian Tracy