Food For Thought Friday


πŸ’‘ How much have you helped your team members this week?

πŸ’‘ What have you learned about yourself that you are committed to improving?

πŸ’‘ Thank You – two words with magical power.

πŸ’‘ Selective ignoring is the key to productivity.

πŸ’‘ How do you practice whatever it is that you do?

πŸ’‘ Choose opportunities that you will learn the most from.

πŸ’‘ You are constantly starting at zero.

πŸ’‘ When you help others, you also help yourself.

πŸ’‘ Have the attitude that others would want to catch.

πŸ’‘ Imagine what you would do and accomplish if there was only β€œToday”.

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Resistance to Change

Change requires an open mindset. Our thought process is directly related to how we feel and influences how we act. We cannot maintain the same thought process and expect a different outcome.

We make a mess of our lives when we refuse to change the things we can or pretend to change without meaning.

Being resistant to change is a natural reaction. We even find ourselves cringing when we hear the word change. Change is not a bad omen or meant to be feared. It is through change that you grow and move forward.

Instead of asking others to change, identify areas where you may need improvement. A changed life speaks volumes and is often the most effective way to influence others.