5.20 am? What? Uhhhhhhh. My two-year old daughter’s awake. My turn to get up. No sense in prolonging the inevitable.
But hey, as I look out of the window, the sun’s rising and it looks like it’s going to be a great day, maybe the greatest day.
I turn on the radio in the kitchen and do you know what’s playing…
Spooky… The Greatest Day by Take That…
The positivity is positively flowing through my veins now. I’m going to get so much done today and have loads of time to spare. It’s going to be a success.
Oh, now my son’s awake. 6.00 am. What? Can we play Sonic The Hedgehog on the PlayStation? Well, it’s a little early but go on then. Nothing’s going to phase me today, the adrenaline’s pumping. Grab a cup of coffee and let’s get playing.
7.00 am. Game over. Sonic no more. My wife’s awake. Down to some hard graft.
I didn’t feel so great yesterday but after a good night’s sleep there’s so much clarity. I can conquer the world after all.
Today Could Be The Greatest Day Of My Life
“Attitudes are contagious. Are yours worth catching?” — Dennis and Wendy Mannering
Positivity is contagious, almost infectious. It makes me happy; helps me roll with the punches; keeps me healthy.
Did you get out of bed the right side today?
Being positive is a conscious decision and that choice is yours to make. I’m not liking the alternative today.
Don’t get me wrong, no-one can keep up this amount of positivity forever, can they? Just wait until the coffee buzz wears off…
“A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort.” – Herm Albright
Have I annoyed you yet? I’m not trying to.
I’m really not letting anything worry me today – make like a duck and let things roll off your back is my motto. This could be my greatest day remember.
There’s so many times I’ve held on to negativity, worrying about how things should be. I’m decided I’m going to embrace change and adapt.
I’m sending positive vibes to everyone today you see. It’s the right thing to do.
So could this be the greatest day of your life? If not, why not? What can you change to make things better?
I’ll leave you with this final quote.
“There are two types of people – those who come into a room and say, ‘Well, here I am!’ and those who come in and say, ‘Ah, there you are.’” — Frederick L. Collins
Which one are you?
Do you have any favourite positive quotes you would like to share?
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