Do you ever ask yourself “What’s right with your day…and life?”
Interesting question isn’t it.
Most of us spend our days connecting to what is bad, missing or wrong. We get caught up in finding the negative because it’s all around us. Just watch the news, the breaking news isn’t usually something positive and fuzzy, is it?
People in our lives are usually complaining about someone or something. We’ve become experts at pointing out what’s not good with our jobs, relationships, friends…and the list goes on. Don’t even bring up politics, money or our bodies, we all know what’s wrong there, right?
But, what do we gain from this behavior or negative thought process?
Nothing really. You’ve complained about your boss for the past 10 years, but has that made you change your job? NO. You’ve bitched about your friend forever. You know the one, who always calls when they need something, but is never available when you need something, but have you stopped taking their call? No. We allow ourselves to live in a negative state of drama and misery. Yet, we all talk about getting the drama and negativity out of our lives.
However, I have a little trick for you to try and it just might be the key to turning your day and, maybe even your life around.
Next time, your ready to start bitching about someone or complaining and finding the negative in a situation, stop. I want you to take a step back and re-focus. I want you to search for and focus on what’s right with the situation. I’m asking you to see what’s positive about that person. I know it may not be easy at first, because we are so programmed to go negative. We believe the negative will makes us feel better somehow. However, do we really think all the bitching and complaining makes us feel better and less stressed?
When you making a conscious choice to see what’s right and good, you’re inviting light and gratitude to enter your heart and mind.
When you start allowing gratitude and light to come into your life, you’ll really understand what feeling good is all about.
So, I’m asking you to spend a little time thinking about what’s good about your day, notice what’s going right in your life, all while seeing what positive changes come with conscious choice.
Do you need a little guidance while gaining some clarity in finding what’s right? I invite your to try a complimentary 30-minute coaching session with me.