Make Positive Changes…to Succeed

We’ve all been there. Had negative thoughts. Had our doubts about succeeding in our careers or J.O.B.S.  But what about thinking in a more positive manner, will all those negative thoughts just disappear?  No. It takes time, practice and perseverance to overcome those thoughts.  But when you start seeing results, that’s when you’ll start believing in the possibility of it all coming true!

If you’re going to stay in your comfort zone, you will never experience the positive change that can transform your experiences!  If you do anything today, take the first step of many, on your journey to something so powerful, that it’s just impossible to not notice the positive changes.

Positive Steps to Take Today:


  • Wake up early!
  • Enroll in a gym or set a regular schedule of going to the gym. (Some form of exercise)  *I go in the morning to pump me up for the day!
  • Or meditate or read a passage from the bible.
  • Get busy with your daily routine of getting ready.
  • Listen to your favorite music to set the tone for the day.
  • Get busy with your daily processes when you get to work. i.e. answering emails, making your “To Do” list, setting up meetings, returning phone calls, checking in with your employees, etc.
  • Make sure to GO OUT for lunch!  *Eat Healthy
  • * Don’t work straight through lunch or eat at your desk.  The break in the environment helps!
  • Make it a habit to always speak with a logical mind.  Be mindful of escalations and don’t let it go too far.
  • Make sure you are always clear with your communication.
  • Pay attention to details to alleviate mistakes.
  • End your day, with a smile for having checked items off your list.
  • Wind down in the car ride home. Listen to softer music. Don’t bring home any problems that may have arisen.
  • Greet your family with wide open arms and listen to how their day went.
  • Engage with others, surround yourself with other positive, goal oriented people.
  • Get out occasionally and “smell the roses”!
  • Get a good night’s rest
  • Press the “Repeat” button every morning, not the snooze button!!

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