We, like a television signal, are broadcasting our attitude to everyone around us each day. Most people, and I’m guilty sometimes, broadcast negative feelings.
I recently spoke in New York City, at a company in Times Square. Before going up into the office building for my meeting, I watched some of the live broadcast of Good Morning America from across the street. The program went on the air in November of 1975. It is produced by ABC News and broadcasts from a street-level Times Square studio where the public sees it.
Just as Good Morning America broadcasts its signal nationwide, we’re each broadcasting our feelings to others each day. If we’re in a good mood, others pick up that signal. If we’re grouchy, that is also picked up by other people.
Ever walk into a room full of people and feel uncomfortable? Then you walk into another room and feel very welcome. It’s the invisible signals that we all send out to others all the time.
When Good Morning America goes on the air each morning, the producers have a choice of what they want to broadcast.
In the same way, each of us has a choice about the attitude we broadcast daily. We subconsciously make a decision.
If you find yourself in a bad mood on a regular basis, why not declare a positive affirmation each day that will declare the way you’d like to be. Perhaps the affirmation ,“I look for the good and start each morning with a positive attitude, friendly to everyone around me”, could help you. And, if you don’t feel like it, fake it till you make it and see what kind of positive effect you could broadcast to other people.
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