Quotations and Advice for Realistic Living - Day Twenty

           

 

 
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Change will happen; either we make it happen, or it happens to us.

1. Take a bath or shower. Wear cologne, perfume, deodorant, floss and brush your teeth.

Best if you can do this without clothing.

2. Wear your favorite outfit today. The one that you wish you could wear every day because of how it makes you feel.
3. Review your hourly chart.

When were you most and least productive. When did you waste time.

We need to be clear here. If you are being paid to work eight hours, then you need to work eight hours. "Getting by" accomplishes nothing. Slacking is not a virtue. You win nothing if you do less. Doing the best job you can has nothing to do with the company. It has to do with you; it has to do with personal integrity. Look at your hourly sheet. If you were your boss, would you be happy with your performance? You are your boss. How can you feel good about what you do if even you don't respect yourself enough to "put in a good eight hours?" Whether you're making $5.00 per hour or $500 per hour is irrelevant. If you expect to feel good about you, you need to do the best you can in everything you do: particularly that huge chunk of time you spend at work.

4. After reviewing your chart, write down three activities that gave you the most personal satisfaction; that you most enjoyed doing today.

5. Make a new chart for tomorrow. SAVE TODAY'S CHART!!!! Put it in your notebook, we will be looking at again in later days.

6. The names that you circled yesterday. Without being intrusive or nosey, try to learn out more about their background; where they went to school, how many children they have... you are only looking for information or "good" stuff.

7. Take two more photos, adult people only.
8. At the end of the day, sit quietly in your living room or bedroom and write down the three or four things you most like about this unique environment.
8. Put $1.25 in cash in a glass on your bedstand.
Accumulating tasks... just a reminder---

Eye contact always with everyone you meet. Receipts. Making your bed. Photos. Names of any new people you meet. Background notes on the people that you have trouble liking.

 
 
   
 
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