Tagged with Be positive

Pursuit Of Happiness

Pursuit Of Happiness

  To feel good and thrive, researchers say that people need a 3:1 positivity ration.  That means we need to hear three positive statements for every negative statement. Having a positive attitude has been linked to mind-body-spirit benefits including: Greater creativity and increased intuition Better cardiovascular health and reduced risk of stroke. Increased resilience and … Continue reading

Looking For The Positive

Looking For The Positive

I was speaking with a colleague today who just got back from a trip with a relative.  I asked her if she had a good time, and she said she sort of did, but she really had a hard time being around her relative for the entire week. Her relative has a habit of speaking … Continue reading

Enjoy The Little Things

Enjoy The Little Things

For many of us it is the end of a work week.  Hopefully, you have had a good time at work this week and have things you can be grateful for. If not, take just a moment and shut your eyes and think of one thing that makes you smile, that makes going to work … Continue reading

Be Positive and Grateful

Be Positive and Grateful

  It may seem that I post a lot about being positive and grateful.  I have found over the years that it is these two things that make each day amazing if we practice them. Of course, it is our individual option whether we choose to do them, but if you want to be the … Continue reading

Make A Better You

Make A Better You

“Positive thinking is more than just a tagline. It changes the way we behave. And I firmly believe that when I am positive, it not only makes me better, but it also makes those around me better.” ~ Harvey MacKay P.S. Remember you have a choice when it comes to your attitude and how you … Continue reading

Attitude Is A Decision

Attitude Is A Decision

Maintaining a positive attitude is much easier when your work and those you work with are happy and self-motivated.  Often managers will have the attitude that their staff should consider themselves lucky to have a job and they feel no reason to lead or inspire them. Attitudes like this will certainly not produce productive employees … Continue reading

The “Can Do” Attitude

The “Can Do” Attitude

Many years ago I purchased some exercise tapes from Tony Little the exercise guru.  Tony has a pretty amazing story of success as a bodybuilder and then being involved in a tragic auto accident that could have ruined his life.  But Tony is a person with a “can do” attitude and during his own recovery … Continue reading

Have A “Yes” Attitude

Have A “Yes” Attitude

There is a great little book called “Yes Attitude, How to Find, Build and Keep a YES! Attitude for a Lifetime of Success” by author, Jeffery Gitomer.  We have all heard the saying “you can choose your attitude” and even though we know this is true, there are times that we choose to allow a negative … Continue reading

Take A Few Moments To Be Thankful

Take A Few Moments To Be Thankful

Have you ever wondered what the ratio is between complaining and being thankful?  It seems like I hear more complaints from the people I come in contact with than thanks.  Do people focus more on bad things? I decided to Google around to see if I could find an answer to my question about ratios. … Continue reading