Attitude makes a huge difference in everything we do from the friends we make to our success in business.
Keeping a Healthy Attitude is Essential in a Wellness Business
There are two very good reasons for keeping a healthy attitude while running a wellness business – for health and for success.
Attitude Impacts on Health
It has been said (and studied) that a positive attitude influences physical health. Even the Mayo Clinic supports this concept – “Positive thinking helps with stress management and can even improve your health.”
Attitude Impacts on Business Success
In the wellness industry, it is quite natural for people in this nurturing industry to have a positive attitude. And when running a home based business the entrepreneur can definitely relate success to a positive attitude – Sherrie Campbell of www.Entrepreneur.com writes about “10 Surefire Ways a Positive Attitude Increases Success“.
However, attitudes can change – they are formed in a person’s past and present experiences. In a home based business, some find it challenging to work alone, they find it hard to keep a positive attitude. The trick is to surround yourselves with other people with positive attitudes. This is why you’ll see such comradery and support in successful network marketing businesses like ASEA.
A few noteworthy quotes about attitude:
Our attitude is formed by the friends we keep, by what we read and see on media, by living a healthy lifestyle, by having a loving family and by treating others with respect and a smile. Many others have suggested the same. Some noteworthy quotes include:
“Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference” – Winston Churchill
“A healthy attitude is contagious but don’t wait to catch it from others. Be a carrier” – Tom Stoppard
“Be like the sun and the meadow, which are not in the least concerned about the coming winter” – George Bernard Shaw
“You are known by the company you keep” was drummed into me by my parents. My parents were right that bad company and can not only get you into trouble but also can drag you down and chip away at the good attitude that is so important in life and business.
The article “Ten Toxic People You Should Avoid Like The Plague” by By Travis Bradberry on www.TheLadders.com, is worth a read. Bradberry comments that “It’s often said that you’re the product of the five people you spend the most time with. If you allow even one of those five people to be toxic, you’ll soon find out how capable he or she is of holding you back.”. Avoiding these toxins can really help you see the positive in everything to “be a carrier” and not be “..….concerned about the coming winter.”
In you feel you have the right attitude to run your own wellness business and are interested in finding out more about the ASEA business opportunity and how our team works together to support each other in our individual businesses … contact us!