How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Remote

November 28, 2021


 I started out thinking I needed to be able to do everything by myself so I could finally have time for myself. I was worried about the time. I was worried about the money. I was worried about the environment. But I learned to stop worrying about the things that I couldn’t control so I could concentrate on the things that I could control.

I still had a very real fear of the unknown, but I learned to deal with that fear. You just have to be open to it, but when you do it, you get to the unknown.

The most obvious thing I learned was to keep the peace. One of my favorite things about online interaction is that when you’re on the same page and click, everything gets said, and that’s how I knew that. That’s the way I learned to keep my peace.

I was a bit afraid of being "right" in the beginning, but I realized that if I was right, I would be right and everything would turn out ok. Now, even as a kid, I was afraid of being right in the beginning when I was a little kid. I'd go to the grocery store and look for something I liked, and just look at the things I didn't like until I found something I liked.

We have all had those moments where we think we are so close to an answer, but we are just not sure how to get there. I used to think that all I had to do was research the problem, but today I would just start asking questions.

There are two general ways to do this. You can research it yourself and learn everything you need to know. Or maybe you can take classes and read some books.

If you do a Google search for “remote” the first result that comes up is “how do I set up a remote-controlled car?”. This is a question that many people ask themselves when they're trying to set up a car and there are no manuals. The answer is, of course, to go to the local library and get some manuals.


The good news is there are really good manuals for cars.

In fact, the ones I own are written by people who are really good at the remote. My car is the Ford Mustang, and everything you need to know to set it up is the ones I learned in a class I took at a local garage. And if you want to learn more, I recommend the book Remote Control Car: A Hands-On Guide to Remote-controlled Cars.

We can go get a manual for you, but you can also take it away. It's not a complete manual, but for those who don't really have a good way to find one, I recommend you read the manual yourself.

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