You can either wake up with negative thoughts or go for positive ones. Which is going to make you a better player?
If you think you’re having a bad day spare a thought for this guy…
There are good days and there are bad days, and this is one of them.
If you’re in a bad situation, don’t worry it’ll change. If you’re in a good situation, don’t worry it’ll change. John A. Simone, Sr.
You cant keep the birds of sadness flying over your head, but you can keep them from nesting in your hair!
Let me know your ‘Having a Bad Day’ stories!
What do you do to get over your ‘Having a bad day’?
We’re now nearly a month into the New Year and I’ve still not lost those extra pounds I put on over the Christmas period! This is down to the endless boxes of chocolates still laying around – and my weakness to them.Then it dawned on me that I did some ‘slimming’ motivators a few years ago for Rosemary Conley’s Diet and Fitness magazine.
Eat a mammoth - one small chunk at a time!
The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex, overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and then starting on the first one! Mark Twain- Celebrated American author and humorist
Burgers made from Mammoth!
REASON #1 – You never act on the information you read in
Reading the latest book by your favourite self-help author
may be interesting, even enlightening, but it is money
wasted if you just read the book, and do nothing else.
It seems that a lot of people want to champion the fact that
they have read “hundreds” of self-help books. For all the
good it has done them, they might as well have read hundreds
You can get something out of every self-help book you read
…if you actually do something with the information rather
than just read it. By their very nature, these books should
be treated as life “User Guides” and dipped into at regular
intervals for inspiration.
If you do read a book from cover-to-cover make sure that you
have made notes about those “Ah ha” moments that you should
have had if the book has lived up to it’s promises.
The best thing of all to do is to summarize the book
yourself…by understanding the information on your own
terms you will be more able to focus on what you can apply
in real life.
I’m a great admirer of Gary’s work and have known him for years and love his ‘down-to-Earth’ approach.