The power of positive thinking
By: John P. Napolitano, CFP®, CPA, PFS, MST
Sometimes it is tough to remain positive. I, for one, am easily dragged down into the hole of what isn’t working and what could or should be better. The 9+ month COVID situation hasn’t made this task any easier. I personally struggle each day to find the positive… so for my personal mental health I am going to list a few
things for which I should be grateful. Hopefully, you haven’t found this positive thinking too challenging. But if you have, let’s hope this can get all of us on a more positive track.
- I woke up this morning. Something I usually take for granted every day. Don’t know why this simple pleasure can sometimes appear mundane, but tomorrow and going forward I will celebrate that ritual.
- I was able to sweat for 30 minutes on the elliptical machine to start my day. Painful to get started, but by the time I’m done… I do feel pretty good.
- No one in my family has been sick.
- The Grand Babies (3 for now) are all great… teeth, crawling, walking and talking, with a new Grand Daughter due 1/5/2021
- The amazing members of USWM and the Nap team have removed any work stress by doing their jobs as good as ever from anywhere with an internet connection.
- 2020 is almost over! But before we cross the finish line… a few of my favorite days are still to come.
- Holidays– and I mean all of them. I am an equal opportunity celebrator.
- A few important birthdays, one of which is mine.
- We have the best clients. Caring, appreciative and fun to be with. We appreciate you every day, and promise to always go above and beyond to help you and anyone else you love and care about. Call us anytime, anywhere on any number you have for us 24/7.
Happy Hanukkah, Merry Christmas and HAPPY NEW YEAR!