August 2018

                                        How Can “I” make Today a Good Day

Flowing with the theme that Nothing - “No Thing” can make us happy...,                                      Here is a very Powerful Question to ask ourselves:

How can “I” make today a Good Day?

Sometimes without even realizing it, we find ourselves relying on our                                         Mom - Dad - Brother - Sister - Husband - Wife - Girlfriend - Boyfriend - Employees - Employer- Grandma - Grandpa - Aunt - Uncle - Best Friend - etc...,                                                to make our day a good day.  Yet when we do that, we give away all of our power,                              all of our..., potential.

Simply asking;                                                                                                                                  "How Can “I” make today a Good Day?"                                                                                             Is Empowering!

You will find that just by asking yourself this question, your imagination will ignite;               opening up doors to unlimited possibilities.

Do what ever it takes to remind yourself that you always have and always will hold the Power to be in Full Control.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Write the question: How Can “I” make today a Good Day,  on a sticky note and stick it to the mirror in your bathroom, on your desk at work, in your car or wherever you need to in order to remind yourself that you have a choice and that you hold the Power.  No matter what is happening around you, you have the power to Make Today a Good Day!

Dedicate the Month of August to become in Full Control and make every day a Good Day!  

Smile,                                                                                                                                                Wade