Tuesday, January 01, 2008

Is It Time For a New Year/New Attitude?

Dear Friends,

Is It Time For a New Year/New Attitude?

Do you sometimes hear a negative attitude coming out of your mouth, and wish it weren’t so?

Can anything be done about a negative attitude? In other words, can you change? Of course you can. If you’re in need of a New Attitude for the New Year, here are some thoughts to keep in mind:

  • Attitudes are not something we’re born with – they’re created, which means they can be recreated as well.
  • Attitudes are infectious. Try spending time around people who have good attitudes and who make you feel good. When you’re around a positive person you feel energized – not drained.
  • Start your day on a positive note. It might feel phony at first, but it will become second nature if you keep at it. Change your clock radio to upbeat music instead of the news, give someone a small compliment as soon as you get to work, perform a random act of kindness for someone you know – or a complete stranger.
  • Greet people like you’re genuinely happy to see them – and then think of reasons why you are genuinely happy to see them.
  • Instead of heading straight for defensive mode and expecting the worst out of others, reverse the process and try expecting the best out of everyone.
  • Don’t be so hard on yourself. Throw your perfectionism out. It won’t do you a bit of good since you’re essentially setting yourself up for failure. Repeat after me: No one is perfect.

My best wishes for a positively great 2008!

On Your Team
Jeffrey Stanton

Your Trusted Advisor For Life

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