Attitude

“I don’t think of all the misery but of the beauty that still remains.” – Anne Frank

The topics listed below are from various books and speeches made by Steve Siebold, an internationally known motivational speaker and peak performance coach.

When I saw these I was moved to summarize them into one word: Attitude. When I am blessed with the first breath of a new day, it is incumbent upon me to give thanks and resolve that I am going to make today a great new day. There were many years when awakening was something I dreaded and the notion that today was going to be a great day was absurd. Darkness was my attitude and I couldn’t wait to tell you why your positive attitude was a waste of time.

Well, I am one of the fortunate ones as I was given another chance at making life better and with God, willingness, faith and hope, I now awaken with a soaring spirit and knowledge that today already is a great new day if I have been given the blessing of this new day. The rest is about my attitude. My cup is always full; never half full; half full is a negative.

As a Rabbi and Spiritual Counselor in South Florida, I am always seeking to share my message of healing, hope and happiness. Having gotten a “do over” in my life, my gratitude knows no bounds and my joy is endless.

So dear friends, pick your topic below or pick them all, but always know that the attitude you choose upon awakening today will dictate the quality and success you achieve on that day.

 

Champions are driven by emotional motivators
The great ones chose discipline over pleasure
Middle class vs. world class
The great ones believe they cannot fail…they can only learn and grow
The great ones take responsibility
Champions have an immense capacity for world class concentration
Common sense is the foundation of high performance
The great ones make the complicated simple
Champions are driven by a world class belief system

 

My prayer for you today is that you choose a positive attitude and soar with the eagles and achieve all that you hope for in your life.

I am a modern and independent Rabbi with an MSW Degree and 24+ years of sobriety providing addiction counseling focusing on healing, spiritual guidance and personalized life cycle events. If you, a family member or friend are in need of my services, please contact me at 954-629-9281 to get the help you deserve.

Hugs and Blessings,
Rabbi Mitch

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