My Positive Attitude Creed

Inspired by John Maxwell’s Book: Your Road Map For Success

From now on…

I will believe that a change in my attitude is on its way.  I will see difficult things and situations no matter how it seem impossible  in a positive and optimistic view.

I will believe in myself.  The old is gone, the new has come.  My bad habits will turn into good habits.  I will turn my problems into solutions.  I will compromise.

I will always see the good in every person.  They may not treat me the way I want to be treated but I will treat them as if I’m treating myself.

I will welcome each day with a grateful heart, a bright smile and an optimistic mind that every day is a great day.  In the face of disappointments, failures or when things may turn out the way I don’t want or plan it to be, I won’t let it ruin my day, my mood and my composure.  Tomorrow’s going to be a new day to be better and to be the best.

I will make things happen.  I will work hard with whatever that I have and I’ll use it, for my potential and for helping others.

I will think of good thoughts.

I will surround myself with the right people and best books.

As God as my witness, I will  always choose to be good and do good and right.

Seasons of Life

~ Today I am grateful that I saw this inspiring post which I like to share to you.

Inspired by Jim Rohn’s The Art of Exceptional Living, just like there are 4 seasons, there are 4 lessons that are crucial to your life. By becoming aware of them, learning them, and applying them in your existence, there is no doubt that you will craft a very fulfilling life.

Handle the winters
Every year, winter comes. It always comes. We deal with it by preparing for it. Whether it’s changing our clothing or changing our way of life, we always get ready for winter, because we know it’s coming. The same applies to your life. Rough times WILL come. No life goes smoothly without a problem from beginning to end. Thus, you have to be ready for it, for when it does come, you are not stuck in the cold without a coat. Be ready to handle the winters in your own life.

Take advantage of the spring
Every year, after a long winter, comes the spring. This is a time where opportunities arise. Flowers blossom and creatures come out of their hibernation. The same thing applies within your life. After a challenging time, you will be faced with a great opportunity. It is your duty to take full advantage of the springs when they pop up. This is your moment to plant the seeds of greatness to come. You never see all the beauty that is life and nature on this planet decide not to awaken one year in the spring! It does because it is meant to do so. Hold your own existence to that same standard. Make your springs the springboard to getting where you want to go.

Protect your summer
After having planted your seeds in the spring, soon the summer will come. This is a time where you can reap the benefits of your crops. As well as being a time of joy and comfort, it is also a time to be careful. As Jim Rohn points out, “all good will be attacked”. If you are not careful, your crops will be either stolen, destroyed, or spoiled. Therefore you must do whatever it takes to protect your crops. Once you have achieved something in your life, you must defend it. You must stand up for it, and protect its value. Otherwise you may find yourself losing it.

Take responsibility in the fall
As the autumn comes, the trees change color, lose their leaves, and the weather gets cooler. As you gear up for another winter, it is the best time to take full responsibility of what happened in the previous seasons, both good and bad. This is the time where you can open yourself to learning the lessons that the previous seasons taught you and put everything into perspective. They say that the fall is the time of the year where there are more depression than any other time. This is due to people not taking such responsibilities and learning from previous successes and/or mistakes. Only by doing so can you be ready once more to handle another winter that is coming and plan for the following spring & summer.

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