Always be well mannered and respectful
You cannot control what people say about you but you can control how you react.
Before reacting to a negative comment think about how a negative reply will look to people that maybe monitoring the discussion.
People will always look upon you favorably if you react to negative comments in a positive and respectful way. This is especially important when the dialog is online such as blogs and forums as it will remain online forever when the context of the discussion is long forgotten.
Don’t watch too much TV
There is a wealth of information within books and articles. Read about successful people that inspire you. You will be amazed at the life-changing gems of information you will find.
TV dulls the brain and should only be viewed in small doses. Who got what they wanted out of life watching TV?
Have you ever started smiling after seeing someone else smile?
Smiles are infectious and good for you and the people around you.
Smiling stimulates the thymus gland located below your throat, which then produces pleasure-increasing opiates. So when you smile, you’ll actually begin to feel happier inside.
Give to others freely and without expectation of return. This can be as simple as helping an elderly person across the street to donating your time to a charitable cause.
Not only will you feel good about yourself but you are also improving the life of others.
The universe rewards those people who help others. That law is ‘You get back what you give’.
Exercise at least 3 times a week
This can be a brisk walk right up to a full gym workout.
Getting the heart pumping gets the blood moving with oxygen rich blood. More oxygen to the brain means a more active, healthy and alert mind.
Your body was designed for physical activity not sitting at a desk 9-5!
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