Five Ways to Rekindle Your Passion
By Sarita Maybin, Professional Speaker and Author of "If You Can't Say Something Nice, What DO You Say?"
1 - Set a worthy goal...and achieve it! What's on your "Someday I will..." list? Take action now.
2. Teach. Learn. Both sides of this coin can energize you!
3. Nourish. What activities do you enjoy doing on a regular basis? Use them as your "resiliency resources."
4. Gratitude. Amid the quest toward your goals and future focus, stop. Take a moment to be grateful and appreciate what you already have. Remember, gratitude is a consistent state of being.
5. Service. In the spirit of "pay-it-forward," what can you do for three people that they cannot do for themselves?
CLOSING THOUGHT: "Finish each day and be done with it. You have done all you could. No doubt some abusurdities and blunders have crept in. Forget about them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day! - Ralph Waldo Emerson
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