Go Ahead . . . Please Make My Day!

In our last newsletter, we talked about the importance of developing our resilient core enabling us to live life to the full, each and every day, and how to do this. So now you may be dveloping new beneficial habits and practising what you have learnt.

So what?

In a world where people keep telling you how busy they are, it is helpful to remember that our own attitudes are often infectious and can easily affect those around us. So, when you choose to recognise the good in people and actually celebrate their successes, it is likely to encourage them to feel good about themselves and go on to even greater things. It is also highly likely that these positive “infectious” attitudes and feelings will spread out like a ripple in a pond.

We know how easy it is to give our family, friends and co-workers a “thank you” for a job well done, yet how often do you take just a few seconds to do this? It is a free gift; it takes seconds to do and very often helps to release hormones such as serotonins and endorphins, which improve health and mental well-being.

So go ahead and make somebody’s day today.

Say “thank you”, “congratulations”, “you’ve done a great job” and see what a difference it makes to both the recipient and you.

In the words of Christian D Larsen (New Thought leader, 1874-1962)

Be so strong that nothing can disturb your peace of mind. Talk health, happiness, and prosperity to every person you meet. Make all your friends feel there is something special in them. Look at the sunny side of everything. Think only of the best, work only for the best, and expect only the best. Be as enthusiastic about the success of others as you are about your own. Forget the mistakes of the past and press on to the greater achievements of the future. Give everyone a smile. Spend so much time improving yourself that you have no time left to criticize others. Be too big for worry and too noble for anger commander cialis sur internet.


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