Not so fond of your job?
If you’re dragging yourself to work everyday, with zero enthusiasm, counting the days until Friday, today’s episode is for you.
As I prepare for next month’s Money Mind Academy classes, one thing I’ve been studying is our tendency toward lopsided perceptions — seeing more negatives than positives or more positives than negatives — rather than seeing the balance in all things.
It reminds me of one of my favorite Lisa Nichols stories in which she made a decision to turn her 9-to-5 job into her investor. In other words, she chose to no longer perceive her job as a place she’d rather not be at, but as the thing that would fund her dreams for the future, while also providing her with an opportunity to learn the systems and skills needed to run her dream business.
It’s the most subtle shifts in perception that can make the biggest difference in our lives.
When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. (Shoutout to Wayne Dyer.)
On today’s episode, Zig Ziglar shares a story of how a simple exercise can turn a job you abhor into one you enjoy.
Zig’s books and audio programs are available at QODBooks.com. You can find today’s full talk here.
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