Remember that your worst day may be someone’s dream day. Let that sink in. -
It’s interesting. The past few weeks in Hawaii have been super rainy and cold (by cold I mean like high 60s). I’m usually a very positive and optimistic person but I’ve found recently that I’ve been complaining about the weather... -
Wait slam the breaks. Are you kidding. I had to remind myself that I live in a place that most people can only dream of VISITING and I get to see it everyday. It may be a bad day by Hawaiian standards, but for someone, this is the best day of their life (and they pay a lot of money to experience it). -
The same goes for everything. It’s all about perspective. You may have a terrible day at work but hey, you’re making money, something that someone living on the streets would love to have. -
Be greatful for what you have been blessed with and don’t let the comparison game get to you because your “bad” day may be someone’s best. -
Productivity Tip: Group your meetings back-to-back to avoid having to switch from meeting mode to work mode too often or deal with awkward time between meetings where you feel like you can’t get anything done. Better yet, schedule a meeting-free day so you have at least one day when you can really dive into focused work.
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