One of my favorite movies to watch this time of year is the classic “It’s a Wonderful Life.”
If you get a chance, give yourself a small gift of time and be sure to spend it watching “It’s a Wonderful Life” this holiday season.
Another gift you can give yourself is to go somewhere alone, sit quietly, and run a movie of your own making; make your own version of It’s a Wonderful Life.”
Think of the good days; the good people; the genuinely interesting and worthy work you have done; the satisfaction you have received from the tasks completed and goals achieved, even from goals attempted but missed.
Think of the ways in which you have done something as small as making a dour person laugh or generously over-tipping an especially hard-working person.
Think of something as big as creating and sustaining good jobs, creating and sharing beneficial information; being of real service to clients, patients, customers, or members of the community.
You will most likely have had a Wonderful Business and a Wonderful Life, at least on the good days; and ultimately, it is only the good days that matter.
And for that, I salute you.
Use your self-made movie to think and stay positive. Use it as a basis to keep inner-directed and focused so you decide and strive to get exactly what you want. Use this as the way to make the New Year your best year ever!
In closing, I have two more items for you.
First, I hope you enjoy this special time of year and my wishes for you include having a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Best Wishes for a Prosperous New Year.
Second, watch the short and funny video with 10 things about Santa Clause you most likely did not know!
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