I must be mad to be happy on a Monday you’re saying to yourself! Why not wake up happy because when work is done for the day you have your family to return to. More so than not we dwell on the bad aspects of everything and wonder why we go 3 steps forwards then 4 back. A good example of this, have you watched the show Bar Rescue with John Tafferd its about failing bars ask this man for help to revive their business.
John brings a crew in and redoes the entire business model from top to bottom and brings life to it. Most of these bar owners are like the ostrich with their heads in the sand and just don’t get it and return the bar back to a negative failure but why? Ego that’s why, they rather fail on their terms than be told they failed and listen to all the bar flies for business advise when they just had one of the most successful business advisors help them.
Author and self-made millionaire T. Harv Eker identifies a seemingly harmless daily habit average people engage in that the rich refuse to: complaining
Amazon author Eker makes a similar point about negativity. Separating yourself from other complainers is just as important as resisting the urge to complain personally, he emphasizes: “Negative energy is infectious”.
Robert G Solomon