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What if that negative person is my spouse?

Welcome from Dan
The ongoing conversation in the 48 Days community this week is around "Stay Away From Negative People."  And the elephant in the room is "What if That Negative Person is Your Spouse."  I am compiling your wisdom and ideas and Joanne will join me for a special 48 Days Podcast for the July 3rd segment.  We'll be sharing your thoughts and some of our own on this sensitive topic.  If you've got something to share please send me a personal email at askdan@48Days.com or add to the blog post above.  We will keep your comments anonymous if you like.
The big surprise in this conversation:  I'm hearing from lots of people who are saying "I'm that negative spouse.  I do everything you describe.  How can I stop being like that?"  
A few weeks ago I asked for your input on "Why do the rich get richer and the poor get poorer?"  I pulled these 10 characteristics from what you submitted:

Ten Characteristics of People who end up Rich

  1. Expects Success
  2. Creates a clear plan
  3. Works Hard
  4. Avoids Debt
  5. Is teachable and a lifelong learner
  6. Exercises self-control, persistence, and delayed gratification.
  7. Accepts Personal Responsibility
  8. Keeps Good Company
  9. Is Opportunity conscious
  10. Enjoys the present but plans for the future

News Tidbits

$17.94 -- The average hourly wage rate for college grads in 2015. This is down nearly 2.5 percent from 15 years ago, when the rate was $18.41. [HuffPost]

10 hours -- The amount of time an average office worker spends sitting a day, according to a new study. Researches say this sedentary lifestyle is dangerous, citing links between seated office work and “the leading causes of morbidity and mortality.” [Washington Post] 

 

Other Resources:

Free Audio Book from audiblepodcast.com/48Days 

My recommendation this week:  The Millionaire Mind by Thomas Stanley

Here's one of the most popular lists we've had:  8"Keys"to"Starting"a"New"Business" 

I have an 11-page checklist to help you identify What’s Holding You Back From Your Dreams? 

Job Seeker Daily Positive Affirmations - free ebook from http://www.marcytravis.com/ 

Escaping Shawshank - eagle awards  http://www.escapingshawshank.com/eagle/

Escaping Shawshank - the event in August where we'll look at Prison, Purpose and Plan - Meet Dan & Joanne there.

48 Days Coaching Mastery Program

The Ultimate Advantage Cruise - Feb 2017

Coaching with Excellence - September 3-4, 2015  

Question for Dan - http://www.48days.com/ask-dan/  

This is a short month - make every day count.

Your friend on the path - Dan Miller

Last updated by Dan Miller Jun 4, 2015.

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