Let’s say for example two people both work at the same place.
One works with enthusiasm: always looking for ways to improve their skills, grow the company, and connect with coworkers.
The other works with misery: always pointing things out in a negative way, gossiping, complaining, and criticizing others.
Both of these people work at the same exact place. Yet both have a completely different experience.
One loves work.
One hates work.
The difference between the two? Their ways of thinking.
One wants to be the best they can be.
One wants to be miserable (whether they want to admit it or not).
The beauty of this realization is that WE (yes you and me and every other human) get to choose our own ways of thinking.
Do we focus on the love or the hate?
Are we consciously looking for the positive, reframing the negatives, and trying our best in each passing moment?
Or are we unconsciously looking for the negative, denying any positives, and ignoring the little moments in front of us?
2 thoughts on “It’s not what we do, it’s how we do it”
Hi Corie!! How’ve you been? It’s been a long time.
Hey Philip! Doing well can’t complain. Just working the plan. How’re things going with you, what’s new?