7 Reasons Why Santa is a Positive Leader

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December 22, 2017
 

7 REASONS WHY SANTA


IS A POSITIVE LEADER


1. He spreads laughter and cheer (Ho, Ho,Ho)
‪2. He encourages his reindeer‬
‪3. He rewards nice behavior ‬
‪4. He doesn't tolerate (naughty) negativity‬
‪5. He empowers his elves‬
‪6. He's humble and hungry
‪7. He inspires us to believe‬


Lead like Santa. : )


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HAPPY HOLY DAYS!


We're sending you Holiday Cheer


for an Amazing New Year.


May God bless you, your family and your work!


 

The Key to Happiness and Success


I believe I have found the key to happiness and
success and it can be observed first hand in millions of homes and
children's hearts this holiday season. The key is to be like a kid on
Christmas morning - Thankful for the gifts you have received and optimistic and excited about the new gifts that are coming your way.


It starts with being
grateful. When you are grateful for the gifts in your life, big and
small, you always seem to find more things to be grateful about. That's why abundance will flow into our life when gratitude flows out of our heart.


We become a gratitude magnet
and experience more joy, love, peace, and happiness. (Note: I’m not
talking about material gifts. I’m talking about the gifts of the
heart.)


But what about my desire for
a promotion, a better job, more money, more friends, better health,
more success you might ask? Isn't it important to strive for more?
Doesn't gratitude breed contentment and stagnation? How can I be
thankful when I know my life can be so much better?


That's why it's important to also be optimistic and excited about the new gifts that are coming your way.


Sure you are thankful for
what you have but you also look forward to more gifts in the future.
You believe that your best days are ahead of you, not behind you. When
people ask you how things are going you say, "Getting better every
day."


This was something I learned
a number of years ago. At the peak of my misery, struggles and
failures I realized I had to stop being disappointed about where I was
and needed to start looking forward to where I was going. Once I
started being thankful for the simple gifts in my life and became
excited about the road ahead I experienced a completely different
journey.


When you change your heart and mind you change the direction of your life.


So what are you thankful
for? What is right about your life? Be sincerely grateful. Then think
about what your brighter and better future looks like. What do you hope
for? Trust it is possible. Get excited.


We often think that we'll get excited about life when we have a life that is exciting but actually it works just the opposite.


When we get excited about life, we get a life that is exciting.


In this spirit may you
experience amazing gifts this holiday season and may your 2018 bring
you even greater gifts than you could imagine.


Merry Christmas and Happy Holy Days!


- Jon


 

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