I love the principle of this “best life practice” – Take the first step in establishing the tone of your relationships. wanted to share with everyone
Sure, it’s a shameless way to entice additional readership, but come on. Is there any way you can deny the power a smile has on your outlook?
A friend of mine told me that someone he knows (we’ll call him Steve) had been out of work for more than a year, despite his best efforts to find employment and a dedicated work history within middle management for a national organization. Steve’s story was one that’s been played millions of times:
- Corporate downsizing leads to those with higher salaries being RIFfed (Reduction In Force).
- Financial constraints and guilty feelings over failure to support a family lead to increased stress, tension and arguing.
- Frustration mounts as efforts to find employment – even through entry-level positions – prove unsuccessful due to hiring freezes or organizational knowledge that the candidate is far too qualified for the position and will leave once offered a more suitable job.
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Thanks for re-blogging. It’s in this way that our words reach infinitely more people, sometimes reaching those that most need the message.
Make today better than yesterday, but not as great as tomorrow.
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I agree 100%. Thanks for the insight today