What will you do today? How will you approach your tasks and your obligations? How will you take on new responsibilities and bring a little light to someone’s life? You can, you know, if you decide to.
Saturday, January 1, 2011
Decision Making - One a Day
Every day, when you get up in the morning, you have a major decision to make. You have to decide what kind of a day this will be. While it is true that you don’t have total control over what happens in the next 16 hours, you almost always have more control than you think you do. You decide if you will face the day with a positive attitude or a sour disposition. You decide whether you will greet people along the way with a smile and a nod or cast your eyes in another direction. You decide whether your work will be productive this day or if you will find it boring and repetitive and stupid. You decide whether you will see the glass half full or half empty. And those decisions make all the difference in the world.