Prosper, No Matter What!
Careful, Your Attitude is Showing!
Has the constant stream of negative news affected you yet? It’s hard to avoid hearing about it.
Everywhere we turn, whether it’s surfing the Internet, reading the paper, listening to the radio or chatting with our neighbor, the topic revolves around the “crash and burn” of Wall Street with steady servings of heated and divisive political commentary. This can’t be good for us!
The bottom line is that YOU are in the driver’s seat of your life and your business.
The current state of affairs has all of us paying attention, doesn’t it? It’s hard to avoid the hot topics these days, but is this overload of negative news triggering your fears? The single most important factor in staying resilient during difficult times is our attitude. What is your viewpoint? Do you think the future will be mostly good or mostly bad? If you believe it will be mostly good, then you’ll be motivated to do what it takes to get through tough times. As Henry Ford once said, “If you think you can, if you think you can’t, either way, you are right.” Necessity is the mother of motivation! The formula for attaining successful results is your creativity, courage, and positive expectations!
4 Fast Tips on How to Boost Your Success & Your Bottom Line:
1. DRASTICALLY LIMIT your intake of media – Turn off the TV, stop your addiction to CNN. (Constant Negative News)
2. Quit Negative Water Cooler Talk – Hashing and rehashing the problem blocks the solution, so stop participating in these dead end, energy depleting conversations.
3. What Makes Your Heart Happy? – Are you living life fully? Eating well? Laughing often? Listening to Music? Walking in the Woods? Be sure to add some of your favorite energy boosting, feel good activities each day.
4. Manage Your Mind, Master your Life! – Research reveals some interesting data on the benefits of optimism. Did you know that you can learn to be more optimistic EVEN if you are more of a pessimistic, skeptical type of person? You can! Optimists make more money, have better health and energy, and have a higher degree of satisfaction and well being. Being optimistic is not just “drinking happy juice,” and speaking happy talk. Optimists hold a vision of positive expectancy EVEN in the face of a challenge.
The big difference between “surviving” and “thriving” regardless of current circumstances is the commitment to your vision for success and the courage to stay true to it!
To Your Success,