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21 Phrases Improve Your Positive Life!!!

21 Phrases Improve Your Positive Life!!!



21 Phrases Improve Your Positive Life!!!

21 Phrases Improve Your Positive Life!!!



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    21 Phrases Improve Your Positive Life!!! 21 Phrases Improve Your Positive Life!!! Presentation Transcript

    • By Jeff Haden, Linkedin 21 Phrases Improve Your Positive Life!!!
    • 1. "I did something no one else was willing to do." Every day do one thing no one else is willing to do. Pick one thing other people aren't willing to do. Volunteer for the task everyone else avoids. After a week you'll be uncommon. After a month, you'll be special. After a year you'll be incredible. You won't be like anyone else. You'll be you.
    • 2. "That wasn't nearly as bad as I thought…" The most paralyzing fear is fear of the unknown. But nothing ever turns out to be as hard or as scary as you think. Plus it's exciting to overcome a fear. You'll get that, "I can't believe I jumped out of an airplane!" rush, a feeling you may not have experienced for a long time.
    • 3. "It's totally my fault." Take responsibility instead: Not in a masochistic, "woe is me" way, but in an empowering way. Take responsibility and then focus on being smarter or better or faster or more creative next time.
    • 4. "I finally got started!" Every day we let hesitation and uncertainty stop us from acting on our ideas. Pick one plan, one goal, or one idea. And get started. Do something. Do anything. Just take one small step. The first step is by far the hardest. Every successive step will be a lot easier.
    • 5. "You're great." Pick someone who did something well and tell them. Saying, "I was just thinking about how you handled that project last year" can make just as positive an impact today as it would have then. Surprise praise is a gift that costs the giver nothing but is priceless to the recipient.
    • 6. "I’ll show you,---hole." One of the best ways to motivate you is to insult YOURSELF. Using rejection to fuel your motivation to do whatever it takes to prove that person wrong and, more importantly, achieve what you want to achieve. Call it manufactured anger. Call it, shoot, childish and immature.
    • 7. "Can you help me?" Asking someone for help instantly recognizes their skills and values and conveys your respect and admiration. That's reason enough to ask someone for help — the fact you will get the help you need is icing on the achievement cake.
    • 8. "Can I help you?" Be specific. Say, "I've got a few minutes, can I help you finish that?" Offer in a way that feels collaborative, not patronizing or gratuitous. And then actually help. You'll make a real difference in someone's life — and you'll take a solid step towards creating a connection with that person.
    • 9. "I don't care what other people think." Most of the time you should worry about what other people think…but not if it stands in the way of living the life you really want to live. Pick one thing you haven't tried simply because you're worried about what other people think — and just go do it. It's your life. Live it. F 'em.
    • 10. "They're no different from me." The only thing that makes successful people different from you is the fact they have done what you haven't done... yet. Find someone successful to talk to; you'll realize what they have done, you can do too. You'll realize you can be them — or, more importantly, you can be better than them.
    • 11. "I'm really sorry." Pick someone you need to apologize to, but don't follow up your apology with any statement that in any way places even the tiniest amount of blame back on the other person. Say you're sorry, say why you're sorry, and take all the blame. Then you'll both be in a better place.
    • 12. "I'm the king of the world!" Standing tall, holding your arms out or towards the sky, or standing like Superman with your hands on hips — will dramatically increase your confidence. Try it before you step into a situation where you know you'll feel nervous, insecure, or intimidated. It may sound freaky, but it works.
    • 13. "Yes." There are plenty of reasons to sit tight, stay safe, keep things as they are. But that also means tomorrow will be just like today. So say yes to something different. Say yes to the opportunity you're most afraid of. When you say yes, you're really saying, "I trust myself." Trust yourself.
    • 14. "No." Sometimes you really need to be able to focus on what is important to you. Say no at least once this week — the harder it is to say, the better. When your heart is in the right place, what you accomplish by spending more time on your goals will eventually benefit other people, too.
    • 15. "You're fired." Maybe there's an employee you really need to let go but haven't. Or maybe there's a customer, or a vendor, or even just a friend. Sometimes the best addition starts with subtraction. Pick someone who is dragging you down or holding you back and let them go.
    • 16. "It's not perfect... and that's okay." Unfortunately, no product or service is ever perfect. Work hard, do great work, and let it fly. Your customers or your boss will tell you what needs to be improved — which means you'll get to make improvements that actually matter. You can't really accomplish anything until you let go.
    • 17. "That's not my job... but who cares?" No matter what your role or what you've accomplished, you're never too good to roll up your sleeves, get dirty, and do a little grunt work. No job is ever too menial, no task too unskilled or boring. The next time you see something that needs to be done, do it.
    • 18. "Maybe I should do it that way." We should set our own courses and follow our own paths. But sometimes the best thing to do is copy what made someone else successful. Pick someone who has accomplished what you would like to accomplish, and follow that path. One time, don't try to reinvent a perfectly good wheel.
    • 19. "Jeez, that was stupid. We should do it again!" Sometimes the dumbest things result in our fondest memories. Do something seemingly stupid or outrageous or crazy, the harder the better. You probably won't love it while it's happening, but the result will be doing something cool and creating a memory that will always make you smile.
    • 20. "Hi, Mom! Hi Dad!" Your parents love you. They want the best for you. They will always be there for you. They won't be around forever. Call them.
    • 21. “Do Nothing." At the end of a day when you make sure all the important pieces of your world are in place and taken care of…...look in the mirror, smile, and just nod at the person looking back. Sometimes the best way to end a great day is with a silent acknowledgment of achievement and fulfillment. Thank You Very Much Sompong Yusoontorn