Have you ever had a bad day where everything
seemed to go wrong? How about a
frustrating day where you were becoming a zombie by the end of it? Have you had more than one of these
days? If yes, you have plenty of company
with pretty much every human being.
The bottom line question is: How did you deal with it?
the Delete Button
First of all, we might suggest that you
banish all your memories of those bad days since they are done and over. Just hit the DELETE button. Don’t dwell on them and let them stack up and
become a pattern for your future.
Sometimes it helps to sit down at the end
of a bad day and analytically look at all that happened and work out how to
reorganize to prevent that from happening again. What firm policy could you work out that will
avoid the pitfalls that you fell into?
the Forward Button
What, you don’t have a FORWARD button? Try closing your eyes instead, and look into
the future. How would you LIKE your day
to go tomorrow? What would be the best
possible scenario? How could you create
it? What help would you have to ask for? What directions would you have to give? Really flesh the image of the future out in
Keeping your eye on the future and
visualizing a better one is a powerful way to end a bad streak and start creating
an ideal future.
Not everything will automatically go right at
all times in your life. However, you must
stop saying, “Okay, hit while I’m down,” or “What else could possibly go wrong?”
Instead, say to yourself, “That’s enough
of that. How can I fix this or turn this
into a good day?”
It can be kind of magical if you just remember to do that!
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