02 Jul 2013

It’s really easy to show up at work every day but there is something that a lot of people forget to bring along with them…a positive attitude! It doesn’t matter if you are ‘the boss’ or simply working for someone else because positive attitude creates positive energy at the workplace and it can easily help you feel motivated to do more at work.

You might feel tired and burnt out from work but if you know who or what you are striving for in life, then you have something worth fighting for. Whether you are working towards your monetary goals or doing it for self-achievement and your family, it is important to remember your goals and targets, and keep shooting for it.

Harvesting positive energy from your personal life helps to motivate you and keep you on track with your work life. So, it is highly important that you take absolute care of your health before anything else!

Yes, it is very crucial that you get your job done well but don’t forget to also take breathers, sleep, get some exercise and eat well. Keep telling yourself every morning that you are going to make a change in your lifestyle and sooner or later, you will start to believe that you can make these changes. Remember, your body is a temple and if it’s not taken care of, it’s going to be hard to find positive energy amidst all the clutter.

If you are a leader in your organisation then it’s even more crucial that you ‘bring it’ to work. Positivity rubs off on your employees and when they feel energised and ready to go, your company stands to benefit in terms of productivity and happiness.

See that’s the thing about having a happy and positive workplace, it creates an environment where people actually WANT to work. If your employees are working just for the sake of working, they will only be sitting at their desks from 9-5 waiting for the next pay cheque. Now, how would that reflect on you as a leader?

A positive vibe brings peace and harmony to the office and helps to build an environment where everyone can happily work with each other. It doesn’t matter if you are the employer or employee, when you feel happy working with everyone else, it pushes you to do more not only for yourself but also for your peers. After all, who wouldn’t want to be happy and achieve more every day?

“BE the change that you want to see in the world” – Mahatma Gandhi

Don’t sit around waiting for things to change around your work and personal life, you have the power to make things change and all you have to do is be bold enough to say that you want to be that person in the office known as the ‘positive one’.

Here are a couple of pointers on how you can bring your positive attitude to work:

  • Create more fun at work
  • Seek out positive colleagues or bosses and ask them how they exude confidence and energy
  • Find things to be grateful for in life. Family, personal achievements at work, warm food, etc.
  • Watch your diet and eat well. It is scientifically proven that food can affect the chemicals in our brain.
  • Smile and laugh more. No matter what type of job you do, you have to do it anyway. But there’s always two ways to do it, with a smile or without. Which one do you think will make things easier?
  • Exercise regularly. The endorphins that are released during exercise makes you feel good about yourself!
  • Say no to negativity and stay away from pessimists.

So, step out your door tomorrow with a positive attitude and bring it to work with you! Once you find positivity in everything you do, you will notice your mornings will be brighter and work will be a breeze!

If you need help and consultation on how turn yourself into a positive force in your personal and work life, Elite Health provides dynamic and innovative consulting services to make significant improvements to help you create a better workforce. Contact us today at 0414 789 122 or register your interest today through our website.



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