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Focus on the Good Stuff!

Every now and then we all hit a period when things are not as good as they possibly might be. We might have had a run of bad luck, or ill health or generally things haven’t gone our way.

There might even be a pandemic affecting our ability to do the things we really want to be doing!

It’s natural to let that get us down a little … we all feel like that from time to time.

BUT, we need to get over the “feeling sorry for ourselves” thing as quickly as possible;

FIRST:  Get it out of your system, indulge yourself a little, and maybe cry on your friend’s shoulder.

SECOND:  Focus on the positives, all the good things you have, the good experiences you have had, the things that make you smile; and …

THEN:  Get back to LIVING the best life that you can!

Here are just two YouTube video clips that will make you feel better.

This first one just has to make you smile … it is a Youtube video of a mother and her laughing quadruplets!

The second video is about Nick Vujicic, a motivational speaker who has no arms and no legs! If you watch this guy and how he lives, and loves, his life you probably won’t feel too sorry for yourself!

Walk fast and Smile!!! 

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2 thoughts on “Focus on the Good Stuff!

  1. Kevin, you are once again, totally on the money. I experience one amazing by-product of focusing on what is working and what is good. I get more of that coming into my life. My day is full of all the stuff I love: (opportunities, new business, great learnings, PO's, warm friends) when I am already focused on generating positive feelings in me. I expect some of this is due to people preferring to deal with someone who is more fun. And I presume I will see more opportunities if I am expansively happy rather than contracted in worry or anger.
    And thanks for this reminder from a VERY successful person who clearly practices what he suggests.

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