Thanksgiving is a great time to think about gratitude. As you celebrated with family and friends, did you think about all the blessings in your life? Did you concentrate on all you HAVE rather than all you don't have?
When you think about other people you enjoy, I bet they are NOT people with a complaining attitude, but rather people who are grateful for what they have... including YOUR friendship.
In my last e-mail, I mentioned that there was another attitude that will make a huge difference for you, especially when you marry it to gratitude. Have you figured it out?
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What's the other attitude? You've been experiencing it as you've read this e-mail.
It's the attitude of expectation. Expecting the best. Expecting to succeed. Expecting good things to happen.
So many people don't. They expect the worst. They figure that they should. They're often right.
Of course, if they expected the best, they'd be right about that, too. We attract what we expect.
What do you expect?
Stephen Sven Hultquist
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