One of the many things I learned while in the hospital and going through my recovery is that being joyful and optimistic can be very contagious. I have always been an optimistic and joyous person throughout my life, but I never really understood its full affect until you’re in a dire situation that people feel sorry for. For example, a lot of people would come to visit me at the hospital to try to pick me up and encourage me to keep on going. However, so many people left the hospital in a better mood and more optimistic than before they came. My pleasant mood and hope for the future inspired those who came to inspire me. My own positivity rubbed off on those who came to see me and left a lasting impression.
Positivity can be an X-Factor for getting a job. If one can go to work and pass along energy and positivity, it will make the work environment so much more enjoyable not only for yourself but to others. Employers want to know how you will handle the work culture and what you have to offer to create a better work environment. Let your boss or employer know before hiring you that you will be a pleasant person to work with, which will not only make your fellow employees like you, but also your customers and clients. Because being in a bad mood is also equally contagious and will not lead to success. The power of positive thinking will not only make yourself successful and happy but also those around you.
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