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Gratitude Is An Attitude

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“Be content with such things as ye have.”  – The Bible, Hebrews 13:5

Be grateful for what you have now, and more of the same will be
attracted to you. Gratitude is a feeling that is worthy of
constant practice. Life is easier, happier and more rewarding
when you give thanks for all things, good and bad.

Think of the word gratitude as you include the following values
in your life and for the coming new year.

G….. is for  Gratefulness and appreciation for what you have now,
and for what is to come. Make a list of all the things you are
thankful for, then do what makes your heart feel good.

R…. is for Reality.  What is your truth? Are you living in a
world that emphasizes things that are not true to your beliefs or
way of living and doing? Realism comes from self-discovery,
self-improvement, and a having a positive self-image. Be truthful
in your dealings and interactions with others. Know what is true
to you and live it everyday.

A…. is to Accomplish. Make it a point to dream, plan, and take
action to accomplish or reach your goals. Learn to complete
projects that you start. Even one small success adds greatly to
your sense of accomplishment. Be grateful for your skills that
help you reach your goals.

T…. is to be Trustworthy.  When you can not live up to your word
or promise, it reflects on your character in a negative way. Be
reliable. Have faith in your own decisions, and others will see
you as a caring, giving, strong person. 

I…. is to always Improve. Make yourself better. The will to learn
and grow is a powerful motivation. Learning can cause results
that may seem impossible at first, that eventually become real.
Developing new ways to do old things may make your life easier,
and more fun.

T…. is for the Truth.  Believe it or not, the universe functions
on one basic principle,  which is to present you with the truth
in any situation you find yourself experiencing. Your mind then,
has to interpret the situation and act on it with your best
belief and fastest thought. What you believe is true for you, may
not be true for someone else in the same situation. All is based
on your understanding.  An honest approach to any situation comes
from your strong attachment to the truth as you know it.

U…. is for being Unique.  Start looking at your life with a
feeling and purpose that you can accomplish almost anything. Look
at yourself with an eye for being distinctive, original, and that
your behavior is exceptional. Make a point to seek out ways to
treat others, and yourself, as if they are special and unique.
Place higher values on how and why you react the way you do with
others in your life. Give them the best of yourself and remember the
Golden Rule – then, reverse it – “Do unto yourself as you would do
Unto others.” You are also important!

D…. is for Daring to dream.  Be courageous in your thinking.
Ideas and inventions would never have happened, if they were not
first a dream. Learn to determine your own fate by not limiting
your thoughts. Then put your dreams into action and pursue your
goals.  Create a sense of purpose and accomplishment by daring to
get things done.

E…. is for Energy.  Everything you do, think, or feel is based on
the power of energy. Your life is controlled by how much or how
little effort you put into any activity.  How do you measure the
level of your energy?  Showing a positive attitude of gratitude,
appreciation, and thankfulness increases your energy and attracts
more good things to you.  Especially in this season of sharing
and giving, we all may need a little more energy in getting
through our economic struggles.

Appreciation for what you have now, and knowing what is real in
your  life is so important.  Plan, take action, and accomplish
your dreams and your goals. Be trustworthy and live up to your
word or promise. Always improve to make your life better. In any
situation, be truthful to yourself and others. Be unique, distinctive,
and stand out from the crowd. Then you can dare to dream with
an energy that creates your future in a more positive way.
 

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Fort Wayne Students Attend College Locally

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Fort Wayne residents who have considered attending college, may be holding back due to the high cost of traveling for school. But there is an option that could potentially save you money on room and board – attend college at home in Indiana. There are Fort Wayne colleges that offer a variety of degree programs and you are bound to find one that suits your interests and your goals.

Staying Local Can Help You Focus

Students who travel for college can often find it hard to adjust to their new surroundings. Some find it so hard to adjust, that they end up coming home because their grades suffer. Staying in Fort Wayne can allow you to focus on your schoolwork. If you have children, you probably have a childcare network in place, and that can make a huge difference if you are trying to balance family life and academic life. Having a support system close by can mean the difference between failure and success in school.

Variety of Degrees Close to Home

Colleges and Universities are becoming more flexible and accommodating with their students’ schedules. They understand that most students have to work in order to attend school, so they offer a variety of class schedules that may include online, weekend and evening offerings. If you are a busy person, choose a Fort Wayne college that offers programs that fit your lifestyle.

Indiana Quality of Life

Nothing beats the quality of life in Indiana. Leaving the Hoosier State might mean leaving that Midwestern hospitality and friendliness that make Fort Wayne a great place to live. The cost of living in Fort Wayne is very low compared to other cities of comparable size elsewhere in the United States. And Indiana has the beauty of all four seasons, something you won’t find in some areas of the country.

Do Your Part for Your Hometown

Staying in Fort Wayne to go to college means keeping your money in your hometown. When you attend school you do a lot of shopping for supplies, you eat food on your way to and from class, and there are everyday expenses to consider. If you stay close to home, you’ll be shopping in local stores and patronizing local businesses.

This article was written by Eyeflow for the advertising benefit of Brown Mackie College. Eyeflow LLC has been compensated to produce this article. The author has an immense knowledge on Fort Wayne colleges. Know more about Fort Wayne college related info in his website.

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