“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” Eleanor Roosevelt

Life is much more enjoyable when you have a positive attitude. Believe it or not, it’s actually not that difficult. When you stop beating yourself up with your internal dialogue it will change your outlook on your life. Here are five tips to help improve your attitude:
  1. The choice is yours. Your life is the result of your choices. You can choose to let the balance in your back account bring you down or you can look for opportunities for challenge and diversity. Choose to focus on what you have rather than what you don’t have. The way you choose to see the world creates the world you live in.
  2. Surround yourself with positive people. Surround yourself with people that support you, have a positive influence on your life and speak the truth. Expand your circle of friends with people that are further ahead than you in personal and professional development. Stop associating with negative people that impede your progress.
  3. Develop a “Givers Gain” mentality. Stop keeping score. Give away what you seek without expectation or measurement. For example, if you seek happiness, then help others find it.
  4. Let go of anger, resentment and judgment. Hanging on to old resentments and negative emotions is not good for your emotional health. Negative emotions drain your energy and will only hinder you. It’s alright to honor those feelings and, then let them go. Hold on to the lessons you’ve learned.
  5. Take responsibility for your own life. ‘It’s your life!’ Focus your attention on what you can control: your thoughts, your behavior, your emotional state and daily activities. You’re the driver of your own life. Taking ownership and responsibility for your life will give you freedom.

It all starts with a positive attitude. We can’t always control the people around us but we can control our perception of them and the world we live in. Don’t worry it’s never too late to improve your attitude. For more help, please call me at (650) 892-0357 for a free consultation. 

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