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Should you celebrate your Good Habits more often?

by Rick Baker
On Sep 23, 2018

The Thinking Behind The Tweet 

People Only Do 3 Things: Good Habits, Bad Habits, & New Things.  Urged on by well-meaning friends, not-so-well-meaning foes, and perfect-image TV commercials - People often agonize over their Bad Habits. Do you think People ought to cut back on that and celebrate their own Good Habits more often!

Biting your tongue just before it expresses something quite right but nonetheless doomed to be poorly received – that’s a good thing.

by Rick Baker
On Sep 20, 2018

The Thinking Behind The Tweet

You can choose to adjust your personality so it is more pleasing and less annoying. Sometimes, the choice involves biting your tongue.

 

Benjamin Franklin

"Any fool can criticize, condemn and complain - and most fools do."

 

The optimist probably are just as wrong as the pessimists...but optimists have more fun.

by Rick Baker
On Sep 18, 2018

The Thinking Behind the Tweet

Just don’t let optimism get outside the bounds of realism.

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Abundance | Attitude: Creating Positive Attitude | Optimism & Pessimism | Thought Tweets

Perfectionist: someone who takes great pains…and gives them to others.

by Rick Baker
On Sep 17, 2018

The Thinking Behind the Sales Tweet

Perfectionists have trouble finishing. That becomes a problem when others rely on them.

 

Leo Tolstoy

"If you look for perfection, you'll never be content."

The thicker the explanation the less absorbent the message.

by Rick Baker
On Sep 16, 2018

The Thinking Behind The Tweet

If that explanation you're hearing just don't make no sense and the explanations that follow make even less sense...methinks the person doth communicate too much.

 

Alexander Hamilton

"The obscurity is more often in the passions and prejudices of the reasoner than in the subject."

 

Keep your chin up...especially when things are a pain in the neck.

by Rick Baker
On Sep 12, 2018

The Thinking Behind The Tweet

Of course, take this much more figuratively than literally.

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Attitude: Creating Positive Attitude | Humour | Thought Tweets

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