How to deal with a bad news event

By James Altucher|12th Nov 2016
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It doesn’t matter who is President:

  • If I’m sick in bed. So stay healthy.
  • If I’m around toxic people who bring me down. So be around people you love and who love you. Avoid the toxicity so you can be the light people turn to.
  • If I don’t write down ten ideas a day. I am the most important mover of my chances in life. So I need to exercise that creativity muscle to move forward every day if I want to have impact.
  • If I’m not grateful for the beautiful things around me. Life is too short not to be grateful today.
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Everything else will be sometimes good and sometimes bad. Like all life.

But the above four things I can do my best to make true every single day. This is how I have impact on myself. This is how you become the beacon for change.

And that impact will ripple through the people I know. And so on. That’s the only way a society grows and changes for the better.

Related Reading: How To Deal With Change

(Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of YourStory.)

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