“I discovered I always have choices and sometimes it’s only a choice of attitude.”
- Judith M. Knowlton
Yes, these are very difficult times. It certainly has made us all stop to think about where we are and how we can get to where we need to be. We should be respectful of everyone around us – as difficult as our individual situation may be, the next person we meet may be in a more difficult situation – through no fault of their own!
When you allow yourself to become immersed in positive thinking, you will start to see it effect other aspects of your life. For example, instead of feeling "inconvenienced" by merging traffic, you'll allow someone to easily merge in front of you and feel great about it. They might even wave or mouth "thank you". At a grocery store when you have a cart full of groceries and the person behind you has only one or two items you may find yourself saying, "please go ahead of me since you only have a few items" and that person's gratitude will make your day. You'll find yourself actively thinking about others and your contribution to their positive experiences will have an effect on your well-being.
It is important that all of us take control of those things that we can control and try not to worry about those things that we cannot control. In order to take control, we all must learn to think positive.
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After ending my corporate career as a Vice President of Loss Prevention I started an Executive Seach Firm specializing in the placement of security and asset proteection executives domestically and internationally.