Set The Direction

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Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Burnet
Good morning.  Hope this email finds you doing well this Monday morning and had a wonderful weekend!  Wanted to pass along Tim's Time Outs:
 
Set The Direction:
 
What you think of yourself has a major impact on what you do with your life.  Think more positively about yourself and your world, and every area of your life will reflect it. 
 
All day long, every day, your mind is active, with one thought after another.  Instead of making those thoughts judgmental or despairing, choose to make them thankful, 
loving and accepting.
 
It';s really very easy to aim your thoughts in a positive direction.  Just remind yourself to do it, and it's done.  
 
Think more highly of yourself, and you'll soon find yourself living up to your improved self image.  Expect the best in every situation and you'll uncover new value wherever you look.
 
Just one simple, positive thought can turn your life in a more productive, effective and fulfilling direction.  Imagine what a continuous flow of positive thought can do for your day.  
 
What you think sets the direction for where you'll go.  Make the commitment to think the best, and enjoy reaping the rewards of a more positive, purposeful you.~Ralph Marston
 
May your day and week be filled with loving and positive thoughts of yourself, wonderful people, and many blessings.
 
All the best,
 
Tim  
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Good morning Tim - my day today is full of thankfulness.  I am glad yours is too.

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