Ever wonder why some people always seem to be so positive all the time? They intuitively know how to a positive attitude. My wife is a person like that. She always sees the best in people (otherwise…believe me…she never would have married me…).
The great benefit of having a positive attitude, as I see it, is that you live richly – and it doesn’t cost you a dime. Things just seem to be better, sweeter, more meaningful. The question is, how do you turn that positive attitude on? It’s not always an easy thing to do. And those who are able to do so really meet my definition of success. How about you?
Lucky for both of us, I think I’ve discovered one tool you can use to do just that. Check out this two-minute video and see if my idea makes sense. What do you do to change your attitude?
P.S. The “HERO” referred to in the video isn’t me. Watch the video and see who it really is.
How appropriate for the upcoming Veterans’ day holiday. Great post.
I am a provider within the VA Healthcare system- have the privilege of working beside and for hero’s every day. Part of that “loving what you do for a living and making a difference thing” discussed earlier this week.
FS & Susan…..thanks for your kind words.
Susan….I’m especially please you had a chance to see it.
I sent you an email on your feedback…which I SO appreciate. May cut back on the videos….
Susan D. says
Had a chance to see the video…..words to live by.
Financial Samurai says
Just got back from a long day of work and tennis. I agree with you absolutely about the power of positive thinking and optimism!
They say that those who go through suffering, such as a lose of limb, quickly regain the happiness of regular folks due to an inate ability to adapt.
Thanks for sharing your video blog, and talking about your experience with the guy who lost his leg, and the other people pitching in!
And also, thanks for your kind words in your tweet today about my rejection post. That was sincerely very nice of you. Please let me know if I can do anything for you in the future!
Fair enough Susan. I appreciate your input….I’ll seriously consider your comment going forward.
Susan D. says
I enjoy you’re blog very much but I’m not crazy about the video portion….I need to have my speakers on for on thing, and it takes a long time to download. It’s so much easier to just read the article on my own time instead of getting interrupted while watching and having to start all over again. I usually delete the video blogs for that reason.
Thanks for listening.