In the business world, we all know exactly what we have to do.
We thrive off making important decisions, going to the big corporate dinners, being able to fly anywhere in the world First Class.
When it comes to making money, most of us have that particular skill on lock-down. We’re good at it.
What we’re not so good at is knowing when we’re happy. What we’re even worse at is knowing when we’re happy and actually appreciating it.
Happiness is a crucial part of health. I don’t care if you’re eating kale for three meals a day, and going to yoga classes eight hours a week. If you’re not happy, you’re not healthy.
The memoirist, sci-fi novelist and war writer, Kurt Vonnegut, gave us this bit of advice in Man Without A Country:
“I urge you to please notice when you are happy, and exclaim or murmur or think at some point, “If this isn’t nice, I don’t know what is.”
I had forgotten this piece of advice for a long time, and I kept on getting grumpy about the small stuff.
So, what was the solution?
GRATITUDE, GRATITUDE, GRATITUDE
To be really happy, you’ve got to be grateful for the things you’ve got, rather than just sniping about the stuff you don’t.
Being grateful can improve your relationships. It can make you a better person.
It can make life better for everyone around you.
You just need to realise how lucky you are.
I’m really lucky to be in the position to help you with the parts of your business you want to change.
If you’re struggling generating leads, getting the high-paying clients, or even hiring new staff, Flexxable can guide you towards the good decisions.
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And remember – positive thoughts!