The Power of Positive Thinking in Business
Quote of the Week: “If you want to be happy and successful, set a goal that commands your thoughts, liberates your energy, and inspires your hopes.”
We all have those days where we don’t look or feel so well on the inside. Unfortunately this can sometimes reflect on the outside. Life can be full of unpredictable ups and downs. However, it’s not the problems that occur, it is the manner in which we handle the problems. We know this saying is cliché but your attitude really does determine your altitude in life, and especially in the work place. With every situation, good or bad, it is all about having a great attitude and a positive perspective!!
You often face challenges in the work place. Sometimes new policies and procedures are introduced that you feel aren’t employee friendly, but you still have to make the best of the situation. The key to resolving every problem is in the approach and perspective taken: That outlook can determine the outcome.
Here are a few key tips that could help lead to success:
- Businesses usually have one purpose, and that is to be successful. Their success usually means your success. They have a vision and their intention is to work towards their goals. You should do the same. Try to align your individual goals to the company goals. That way, whether goals are in line with your current role or a step above, you are on the right track.
- In order to be successful, think positively of your success. Cast all doubt aside and persevere even during the impossible and you will always be successful.
- Learn from other successful, positive people. Use them as role models, teachers, mentors and advisors. They can point out strengths and weaknesses. Utilize their advice to help in your achievements.
- Establish a personal place of serenity that will keep you calm during adversity. This will clear your head and allow you to come up with new solutions and ultimately prevail in tough times.
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About the author:
Danielle Blackwell is a Marketing Specialist 2 at Comcast in Norcross, Ga., and a WICT Southeast Blog Contributor.