How A Laundromat Helped Me Have A Higher Level Of Success

Written by Gordon Bellows

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The title of this article mentioned being more successful; it's true. Later that day, I made a follow-up call to someone I had almost given up on. They were waiting to hear from me and in a short time became one of my best customers. There were some other things that happened that day that contributed to a higher level of success. Hadrepparttar poor attitude stayed with me, I would have missed out on so many things!

Also, having a good attitude might be able to help in other ways. Medical research indicates that people with a positive attitude may recover more quickly, and it seems to contribute to a better overall sense of well-being.

Now, I use "Sunshine Center" asrepparttar 123902 name forrepparttar 123903 place within me whererepparttar 123904 positive attitude andrepparttar 123905 self-motivating reminders are alive and well. Corny? Perhaps. Effective? Nothing else like it!

A good attitude andrepparttar 123906 determination to makerepparttar 123907 best of things can be conducive to a happier, more productive life.

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Hey, Me! Get Out of My Way

Written by David Stoddard

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- I don't haverepparttar time or money: Need to evaluate priorities. Arerepparttar 123901 things which take up your time more important that what you would like to do? Can you begin to change things in some ways to save more? This one will take a bit of work and some sacrifice if you really want to do something else.

- I'm too old/young: Colonel Sanders was in his eighties when he began his Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant. Anne Frank was a young girl when she wrote her diary which is still published and read throughoutrepparttar 123902 world.

- I don't know what I want to do: You may not know exactly what you want to do, but there is something inrepparttar 123903 back of your mind that is important. Especially if you know you're not happy in what you are doing now, you know there is more you want out of life.

- I want to do too much: No one says you can't do a little of everything. Just have to pick one that will setrepparttar 123904 groundwork forrepparttar 123905 others. Find what isrepparttar 123906 common thread inrepparttar 123907 things you would like, and start there. You can branch off once that foundation is in place.

- The universe is out to get me: Not at all. Once you make up your mind and begin heading in some direction,repparttar 123908 universe will open up in ways you can't see right now. People will come into your life, events will take place, and you will begin to see a bit further each day. But you have to makerepparttar 123909 first moves.

Motivational speaker Les Brown in his book "It's Not Over Until You Win," tells a story of a keynote speaker at a National Speakers Association conference he attended. The speaker was perhapsrepparttar 123910 worst speaker Les had ever heard. Byrepparttar 123911 end of his presentation, more than two-thirds ofrepparttar 123912 audience had walked out.

The speaker, noticing this said something that pretty much sums up this column.

"The reason I am up here (Doing) and you are sitting down there (watching) is because I representrepparttar 123913 thoughts you have rejected for yourself."

Just something to think about.

David is a motivational writer and speaker. His e-book "Qué Sera Sera – The Book," is available at his website at Subscribers to his newsletter "Qué Sera Sera" receive the free booklet "In Search Of Ourselves" Visit

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