5 Statements to re-wire yourself for a better day at work.

I was suddenly aware of my grumpy mood while in the bus on the way to work last Wednesday so, as I walked along 148th Street I recited 20 things I was grateful for. These days people assume you are on a Bluetooth conference call! By the time I got to number twent I felt so much better! Lolly’s blog then dropped into my inbox to further reinforce the power of positive thought.
Thanks Lolly.
These five have been taken from the full list of 15 available from the original source here http://www.inc.com/lolly-daskal/15-phrases-you-need-to-say-to-yourself-more-often.html
Discover how positive affirmations and encouraging phrases can keep you on point.

Careers and lives are too often hectic these days, making it easy to lose touch with who you are and who you want to be. Just as you’d speak positively to someone else to help keep the person on track, talking to yourself is a way to guide and motivate yourself. Positive affirmations and self-talk can be a powerful force in reminding you of the most important things.

Here are 5 phrases you should say to yourself more often to create the kind of life that will help you become the best version of yourself.

1. I would rather be kind than be right. You don’t always have to be the smartest or sharpest–sometimes the best thing to do is to be kind whenever you can, realizing how much strength and restraint it sometimes takes. When you make kindness a habit, it will be returned to you 10-fold.

2. I’m never too busy. The most successful people have time for others; it’s those who have a hard time getting things done who are too busy to spend time with colleagues, friends, and family. Keep your priorities in order and work to become the kind of person who says, “I’m never too busy.”

3. I will say what I mean and mean what I say. Make it an absolute policy to give people the information they need rather than expecting them to know the unknowable. Communication is the key to great relationships, and lack of communication is the source of a huge amount of conflict.

4. I am tough and yet I am patient. Be tough and be patient, because someday this pain you are going through is going to be useful; one day your struggle will make sense. Pain is a sign that something needs to change, a wake-up call that guides you toward a better future. So keep your heart open and do what it takes to stay tough and patient.

5. I am a student. Prepare for success by keeping your mind conditioned to always be curious, open to questions, wanting to learn. Remember if you stay ready, you don’t have to prepare when opportunity knocks.

1 thought on “5 Statements to re-wire yourself for a better day at work.

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