Carl Jung is known for saying how we feel on the inside radiates to the people on the outside.
How does that make you feel?
Is it a little scary?
Or have you achieved so much personal fulfillment that you’re totally willing to outwardly reveal your inner feelings?
I hope it’s the latter, but I suspect for many, the former is more likely.
Here’s why I bring it up:
It’s important to feel good.
When you feel good, you make your phone calls, you follow your schedule and you’re more attractive to customers.

“Well, duh Tom, of course I want to feel good. But how do I?”

Feeling good is not something that has to be left to chance.
I believe it’s your responsibility to carve out time every day to make sure you feel good.
And I’m going to share a daily discipline I began doing a long time ago to achieve that goal.
It’s all about purposely bringing awareness to what you’re grateful for.
Why? Because it’s difficult to be negative when you approach life from a place of gratitude.
So here’s the exercise…