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COVID 19 – Daily Drives Day 1: Career Wellbeing

–Do not think, say, do, or post anything negative

Engagement is an emotional commitment a person has for their work, the invisible force driving discretionary effort and a reflection of the heart.

–Mark Miller

Take every thought captive. – 2 Corinthians 10:5

Today, think about this:

Being Humble with Love, because one of the best opportunities to manage negative thoughts is by expressing gratitude.

  • How do you awake and greet your day each morning?
  • Are you confident in enjoying one thing every day you do?

Action Step

First thing in the morning:

  1. Give your self and others a cheerful “Good Morning,” smile slightly from one side of your mouth or both.
  2. Say one thing out loud that you are grateful for and looking forward to in your day.
  3. Do one thing today that you enjoy, by your self or with others, making certain you fully enjoy doing it.

Blessings to being humble with love, because a grateful heart builds energy towards having a heart at peace,

Sara

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Sara Thingvold
Sara Thingvoldhttps://www.sarathingvold.com/
Sara Thingvold, MCLC, ACC, is an Executive and Life Coach, Trainer, and Consultant, sought out to partner with executive leaders and leadership teams, individuals, couples, and groups. She is the founder and owner of Sara Thingvold Professional Services, and a collaborative business partner with Triune Leadership Services. She began coaching and training others when she was a sophomore in high school and started her own company in 2009. She is passionate about encouraging and walking alongside others. Sara and her husband have been married for 29 years They have two wonderful young adult children, a lovely daughter-in-law, and an adorable grandson. Sara is a University of Nebraska – Lincoln graduate and Husker Volleyball player Alumni. She enjoys the outdoors, cooking with her husband and family, gardening, hiking, running, crafting, and various other activities and hobbies, especially exercising her mind, body, and spirit, and being intentional about deepening her own well-being. You can learn more about Sara, coaching, and the online training programs she offers on her website at Sara Thingvold.

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  1. When we are able to give value to the positive things we have, to get out of our “closed universe” and become aware that there are many people who are in worse situations than ours, that there are many bad things that happen; if we can see all the good things that happen to us, how many positive things there are in our lives, we will change the perspective and we will learn to be grateful, also putting it into practice. The ability to experience gratitude is a part of the character that we can always improve if we wish. There are several ways to do it, even with small gestures, a word, a smile.
    And there is no age to be grateful, we are never too old to try to be positive and enhance all the wonderful things we have, also involving those close to us.

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