The other morning, I went for an early walk. On my walk, I saw this woman who worked for the city cleaning the street and sidewalk.
She had her broom and pan, picking up all of the garbage left on the street from the day before. She had this special glow about her.
She was singing while picking up all kinds of garbage and saying good morning to everyone who walked by. She had this joy that projected off of her and people who were walking by, felt it.
I stopped and just watched how she interacted with people.
One couple went up to her and asked her for directions. In a super sweet manner, she pointed to the way they needed to go.
Another couple were confused which bus to take, to get to a certain part of town. She kindly directed them to the proper bus.
I walked up to her and told her just how watching her made me happy and improved my mood. She thanked me for the compliment. Her attitude was energetic.
Having a great attitude is something that I strive for every day. Some days I succeed and some days, not so much.
Most people believe that having a great attitude will positively impact the people around you. But the number one person that you affect when you have a great attitude, is yourself. And it’s contagious.
Here at the office, we are constantly having fun. Hearing laughter is very common in the office. Zhana and Katie do a great imitation of me and they will pull it out every once in a while.
Many patients will feel that fun and energetic attitude when they come into the office. They tell us that they feel so welcomed when they come into the office.
Floss Like a Madman!
Emilio “Ball of Laughs” Couret