Be honest with yourself. Are you a pleasant person to be around? Whether you are with family, friends, co-workers, the boss, neighbors, or people you see running errands how do you interact with others? Do you have a positive attitude, or does it stink?
How many times have you heard someone walk in where you work and say, “I don’t want to be here?” Yikes! Not a good attitude to be starting your day in, no matter what shift you work. I would feel sorry for those you work with or interact with during the day. This has been a common occurrence in most places I have worked over the years.
Sometimes you do not have to say a word because your actions speak for you. Your attitude will show the mood you are in and it will not change unless you decide to change it. Why take your bad attitude out on everyone else? They are not responsible for the mood you are in. You are!
You are the one who chooses your attitude. Yes, unexpected things can happen that can change your attitude for the worse, if you let it.
“Life is 10% what happens to us and 90% on how we react to it,”
- Charles Swindoll.
Make the decision to change the bad attitude to a positive one. You will find your day will be much happier and go a lot smoother.
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I was updating my wedding records after yesterdays wedding and I have officiated 52 weddings so far! Fifteen different towns the most being 19 in my hometown in West Liberty. 12 were in family homes, 10 outside venues, 11 outside venue, 6 Mac-A-Cheek Castle, 5 at Church, 4 at Mac-O-Chee Castle, 3 at my house, and 1 at the Ohio Caverns. June and July tie at 9 each for being favored month of the year, with January and March being the least with 1 each. 8 have been on a holiday with July 4th with having 3. I have officiated two weddings on the same day and those being on July 4th; with in in the morning and one in the late afternoon. 6 weddings is the most weddings I have officiated in one year and that was in 2007 and 2009. The most interesting was on a pontoon boat on Indian Lake. I have wonderful memories of officiating these weddings and love my calling.
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