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The printable calendar above is my first design – a prototype for 2013 so any issues let me know!
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This blank calendar comes in the standard PDF format. Download to your hard drive, add in your own details, dates and projects. You know what to do!
“If at first you don’t succeed, you’re running about average.”
— M.H. Alderson.
Today’s printable calendar tip:
The Power Of Positive Self-Talk
The optimistic person responds quickly (to) adverse events and interprets it as being temporary, specific and external to himself. The optimist takes full control of his inner dialogue and counters the negative feelings by immediately reframing the event so that it appears positive in some way.
Napoleon Hill, who, prior to writing his best-selling books on success, interviewed 500 of the most successful people in America, concluded that “Contained within a setback or disappointment is the seed of an equal or greater advantage or benefit.” And this is one of the great secrets of success.
Since your conscious mind can hold only one thought at a time, either positive or negative, if you deliberately choose a positive thought to dwell upon, you keep your mind optimistic and your emotions positive.
Since your thoughts and feelings determine your actions, you will tend to be a more constructive person, and you will move much more rapidly toward the goals that you have chosen.
It all comes down to the way you talk to yourself on a regular basis. In our courses of problem solving and decisions making, we encourage people to respond to problems by changing their language from negative to positive.
Instead of using the word problem, we encourage people to use the word situation. You see, a problem is something that you deal with. The event is the same. It’s the way you interpret the event to yourself that makes it sound and appear completely different.