Thursday, January 23, 1997
Ten Ways To Make It A Great Day
Do something for someone else, something unexpected, out of a sincere desire to help, with no expectation of anything in return.
Tackle a challenge that has been hanging over your head for a long time.
Try something new -- a new food, a new route home, a new book, a new store.
Enjoy a few moments of quiet solitude. Think about the things in your life that are most important to you.
Call or visit a friend, just to say hello.
Learn something new, perhaps related to your job, perhaps not.
Smile for no reason at all, as often as you remember.
Say hello to a stranger.
Do something for the future, that won’t “pay off” until several weeks, or months, or years from now.
When problems arise, smile and say “that’s great, because...” Then find a way to finish the sentence.
Ralph MarstonBe really rich Accomplishment endures
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