There’s something about the sheer joy that comes from jumping. For just a moment, you’re in the air. Your feet have left the ground. It’s bliss. Of course, the moment that your feet touch the ground again, you remember that you’re only human. Darn it, gravity!
It’s all the more reason to jump again and again.
“Excuse me while I kiss the sky.” – Jimi Hendrix
A trampoline is certainly one of the easiest ways to achieve that kind of joy. Just install one in your backyard and jump for joy, quite literally.
Of course, you can also spare the trampoline. Spoil the sofa or the bed instead.
Knowing how and when to jump can make it easier for you to fly. And it can also be a great reminder to live life to the fullest and celebrate all of the small victories in life.
Those Who Don’t Jump Will Never Fly
Jumping is a requirement for flying. It’s the first step to getting into the air. Unless you’re Superman. Then, you just have to extend your hand into the air, and off you go.
Skydiving? You have to jump. Bungee jumping? You have to jump.
But it’s not just about literal flying, either.
Flying is often a synonym for having success. In order to be successful, you need to take risks. Essentially, you have to know when it’s time to jump at a specific opportunity. Otherwise, your risks will never pay off.
Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, “If you can’t fly, then run. If you can’t run, then walk. If you can’t walk, then crawl, but by all means, keep moving.”
Maintaining some kind of momentum in life will ensure you’re able to fly. It might not be immediate, but you’ll get there at some point. You must simply never give up hope.
Warning gymnast could flip at any moment, keep a safe distance.
All throughout Sherman Country, people are making decisions that will affect the rest of their lives. Someone in Wisconsin turned down an offer. Another in Minnesota said “Yes.” And someone in Kansas may have jumped outside of their comfort zone. At any moment, these jumps could lead to flight, and that’s exciting.
Until then, the springs in the couch can use a bit of exercise. If you’re not reaching the level of success you want in life, celebrate the smaller victories. Just hop onto your couch or bed and start jumping. That glee you feel can warm your heart and remind you that life is worth living.
Don’t let the kids see, though. Otherwise, they’ll think it’s okay to jump all the time. You’ll be stuck buying new mattresses for all the kids’ bedrooms. Show some restraint when they’re around, for good measure.
Take Advantage of Opportunities
When there is a window of opportunity, you have to decide what to do with it. This may be your chance to jump. And that jump could be just what you need to start flying.
Of course, there are times when you encounter people who prevent you from jumping. Those are the kinds of people who need a high five…in the face…with a chair.
You can’t let people who prevent you from flying stand in your way. Instead, focus on your dreams.
A pole barn can be a great way to gain inspiration. Once you have a quality erection on your site, you can stare at it in awe. After all, a Sherman Building is a work of art, and our craftsmanship has been at work for over 40 years. We knew exactly when it was time to jump, and a series of jumps led us to the success of the steel pole buildings you see all over Sherman Country.
With a pole barn on your location, you can have a place to build your dreams. You can store virtually anything inside, especially since you get to customize the size of the building as well as all the specs.
We’ve had customers use these buildings as ag buildings, barns, homes, storage garages, she sheds, and so much more. The sky is the limit when it comes to what you can use. As Jimi Hendrix once sang, “Excuse me while I kiss the sky!” That may not be what he meant, but that’s the way that we mean it, so don’t overthink the lyrics.
Hit the Roof and Keep Going
Who says you have to stop jumping when you hit the roof? That just tells me that you need a taller roof. Or, you need to stop jumping indoors.
That’s the problem when we reach a certain level of success, too. We grow content to know that we have achieved a goal. But that doesn’t mean that we have to stop dreaming. Think where Disney would have been if he had been content with just Steamboat Willie? Or if Ford stopped with the Model A?
You might have to come to terms with the fact that you’ve grown out of your space. If you’re hitting the roof every time you jump, that’s a sign that it’s time to rethink where you’re trying to fly.
We have good news. We have helped many people with their trampolines. Only, we’re not a seller of trampolines. We are a seller of pole barns. We provide you with the space for you to set up your trampoline. And if you want to jump on anything else that goes inside your barn, that’s your prerogative.
We take the time to guide you through the building process. Tell us what it’s going to be used for, and we’ll make the recommendations. If you’re still experiencing a significant amount of growth with your family, your business, or even your farm, we highly suggest higher ceilings, literally and figuratively.
Give us a call so we can help you with it all. After the quality erections are in place, we may even jump for joy with you.