Some of mine are:
1) Looking at mirror every morning and saying aloud, “Today I am grateful for”:
the roof over my head, or
my family, or
being fortunate that I can afford a hot breakfast etc”
(Spend a minute thinking about the blessings in your life. It could be as simple as being able to walk and talk, feed and dress yourself)
2) Getting to my office and catching sight of my mission statement as I turn on my Mac and spending a minute thinking about what it means to me
3) Greeting colleagues with a bright smile and a “Good morning”
4) Answering the phone clearly with “Hello, Lorwai speaking”
5) Giving the person I am talking to whether over the phone or face to face my full attention (no wandering gazes or checking of emails as I am speaking to them).
So why be so fussy about these things?
It sends messages to your subconscious that you are a valuable and worthwhile person.
Therefore when you feel good about yourself, you tend to adopt a spirit and outlook of abundance.
When things are in abundant supply, we as generous beings want to share with others.
Get where I am going with this?
You are setting up a virtuous cycle where you giving freely to others, gets them to also give because you have made them feel good.
When you put out positive and uplifting vibes, you attract people with a similar outlook into your life. Our beliefs are reflected back to us, so if you think everyone is out to get you, guess what.
Similarly, if your belief is that the people you encounter are nice and considerate (because that is how you see yourself), it is exactly what you will consistently come across.
Whatever you focus on GROWS. (I’ll give you a moment to think about this)
No one becomes successful in isolation. It happens because there is mutual benefit to be derived by all parties and this is not necessarily in the form of dollars and cents (that is the nice bonus!).
If we agree that is the case, why not enjoy the company of the people around us on our journey to success.
Yours in health, wealth and happiness