Here’s what I think are the 3 quick tips to having a fantastic day and something that you need to teach and model to everyone you live and work with…
#1 What You Go Through – You’ll Grow Through
Thomas Jefferson said, “When you feel like you’re at the end of your rope, tie a knot and hold on.” Ya gotta love Jefferson! Sure, you’re going to go through tough times during your day. You’re not alone. Sure, you’ll have problems that pop up here and there (the only people without them are dead!) BUT… here’s where you can separate yourself from others…when you get knocked down – Get back up – Get a grip – Get alive and bounce forward!
#2 It’s Normal To Feel Bad
It’s okay to have a bad moment – a bad hour or dare I say, even a bad day. It’s okay to have a good cry and let it out. It’s okay to get rid of it and not hold it in. If you have ever seen the movie or read the book by the name of “The Law of Attraction,” you’ll know that everything is made up of energy. Like energy attracts like energy. That’s why you want to release negative energy. Think Disney’s movie Frozen – “Let it go!” You have got to let your negative energy out. Let your negative feelings out. Let them go. Get rid of them. The key is to RELEASE the negative energy “as soon as possible” and start focusing on your next choices to take control of your life in a positive direction.
#3 Don’t Get Stuck On Stupid
Eric Hoffer said, “In times of change learners inherit the earth while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.” Don’t stay stuck in the past. Even staying stuck on something that negatively happened an hour ago is too long in my book. Points your boots and your mind forward. You are opening doors for better things to come into your life. Don’t let one incident define you. Quit marinating yourself in misery. Get a grip, get a life & get going. Don’t focus on things you can’t change. Use the serenity prayer to keep you on track, “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference.”
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