Giving Thanks

It has been said many times – the more you give thanks, the more you will have to be thankful for. Very appropriate thoughts at this time of year, I think.

You can make yourself nuts reading the papers or watching the news. All the doom and gloom, fear and frenzy could completely derail you from your plans. The focus is on what isn’t working, on what’s going wrong, and on the impact of prior decisions and actions. Which seems to lead to more of the same.

So, you could pay attention to what past actions produced, or you can give yourself a moment to review, refocus and correct and adjust your plan.

I have noticed that people with a plan are rarely swayed by the current circumstances. They aren’t even paying much attention to the circumstances. There are always circumstances. Successful people know that there is power in action, and so they keep their focus on the results they are committed to producing and the actions they are planning to take.

It is up to you. You can focus on the doom and gloom, or you can focus on the opportunities in front of you. I know which things I am paying attention to.

You get what you focus on…

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One Response to Giving Thanks

  1. […] an earlier post I said you get what you focus on. I am focusing on business. I am focusing on how I can make a […]

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