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Mental Bath

 

"People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well neither does bathing-that is why we recommend it daily!" -Zig Zigler

 

When is the last time you took a mental bath? I use the word BATH as an acronym for body, attitude, thoughts and helpfulness. Let me explain:

Body: Your body is your temple and you only get one, so you should probably take care of it. We all know the song and dance about the importance of eating healthy, exercising and lowering stress; yet it is easier said than done...right? For many of us, we take our health for granted, until that dreaded day that changes our lives forever! Lets make a change now! I challenge you to start 1 action, that will start the process of better caring for your body...what better day to start than today!

Attitude: How is your attitude? How is the attitude of others you spend time with? Attitude is contagious and a negative attitude can be toxic for your health. Be conscious and aware of your attitude and the attitude of those you spend time with. Ask yourself, "on a scale of 1-10, how is my attitude?" If you are anything less than a 10, your follow up question should be, "how can I raise my attitude from where I am now up, to a 10?" Always ensure that your attitude is a value add to others.

Thoughts: How are your thoughts and motivation today? What books, articles or messages can you resource, so that you can be better for tomorrow?

Helpfulness: Servant Leadership...when you help others it will come full circle when you need help from others. Who can you help and add value to today?

I hope all of you start taking a mental bath every day. Like Zig Zigler said, "people often say that motivation doesn't last. Well neither does bathing-that is why we recommend it daily!"

Happy first Monday in March! I encourage you to be a person that ALWAYS Breaks the Norm!!!!

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