Are you rushing through your daily affirmations and your journaling? Or are you taking time to consider your words carefully, saying affirmations slowly and with feeling and giving thought about what you write?
If you rush through just to get them over with then you just may find they are not too effective. If you scribble in your journal you may find later that you can’t even read what you wrote.
Take your time, put out positive loving feelings into each word you say and write. I think you’ll be pleased with the results:)
Do you get up in the morning and say to yourself “Oh no…not ANOTHER day at this lousy job” or do you say “I am thankful that I have a job to go to today” Try saying both…now which one makes you feel better.
Okay, so maybe you don’t have your dream job but how many have no job at all? Being grateful and appreciative of things in your life will improve the quality of your life hands down.
Being pleasant and being concerned about others around you not only makes you shine but others will reflect that concern back to you.. so think well of others.
Let’s face it…the more you smile, the more grateful you are in every situation the better your life will be. A New Year is upon us, so what better time to keep those thoughts positive!
It’s in your hands’ your thoughts and feelings mold it for you. They determine the direction the day takes.
Expecting the best, thinking of the best and working towards the best possible outcome ensures a smoother running day…so start your off everyday day with intentions of “smooth sailing”
Are you stopping too early in your quest? Are you giving up too easily after trying a little here and a little there and then saying to yourself (or out loud) “This is too much” or “this will never work?”
If you only try something for a short time how do you really know? How do you know success was just one step further? How do you know that idea you just trashed is THE idea that would have done it?
Look at our buddy Edison here. Okay, look at the STATUE of Edison here. He didn’t give up until he invented what you’re probably using to view this post right now if it’s nighttime, so hang in there:)
I recently read a story about a Special Olympics where there were nine runners. One of them fell and started to cry. The others turned right back around and wiping his tears away, they helped him to his feet; then they all linked arms and walked to the finish line together It was said the crowd gave them a standing ovation for more than ten minutes.
Will you be that person who turns back to help…or will you just sprint ahead to a hollow victory?