Reasons To Be Cheerful - Part Three!
They are still delivering wine ...
POSTED BY DEBRA STEVENS ON 09/04/2020 @ 8:00AM
This is the last part of this series and it finally gives me a chance to reference the song by Ian Dury, which should probably be our theme tune right now ...
Ian Dury got it right! There are always reasons to be cheerful!
copyright: top of the pops / bbc
So as we are all settling into this lockdown, there are still some real positives to take from it all despite everything. Here are my 10 for this week I hope they make you smile:
The rainbows! There is nothing more inspiring and cheerful than seeing the rainbows made by children displayed on the windows of the houses in our village, and they are a real sign of hope and a symbol for the positive spirit this country has at its heart
The whole country is realising our heroes are ordinary people in supermarkets, care homes and especially hospitals
There is a real push to get all homeless people into emergency accommodation; surely this will lead to a real positive change
There is more peace and quiet! No traffic and no planes mean you can actually hear the birds sing and there is real tranquillity to be found
No one dares to sniff, sneeze or cough in public!
The Queen is all of a sudden a national treasure again. Now, I am not a royalist, but someone wrote her a very good speech and there is no doubting her love for this country
I am saving so much money (I hope you are too). Ok, so I'm not making any at the moment either, but not going to the pub is definitely helping my bank balance
I don't need a gym to work out as there are so many excellent classes online. I realise that I don't need to go to an intimidating and expensive gym every again
My garden is in the best shape its ever been in at this time of year because it has finally had the TLC it deserves
They are still delivering wine ... thank goodness for that!
That's my final 10 reasons to be cheerful for this week, how about you? What's keeping you going and how are you staying positive?
Until next time ...
Would you like to know more?
If you'd like to find out more about our plans to move training online, or maybe want to share your own reasons to be cheerful, do give me a call on 01908 511 062, leave a comment below, or click here to ping over an email and let's see how I can help you.
About Debra Stevens ...
I'm the founder of DTS, which was established in 1996. A highly successful experiential training company specialising in facilitating behavioural change in all aspects of dealings with people, whether in customer service, sales, management or with colleagues and teammates.
I've managed large contracts such as Pearson Education, Coca Cola, Penguin Books, Accenture, and Santander for over 21 years and have built up excellent relationships with key sponsors of all aspects of the businesses.
I'm a successful trainer, writer and speaker with nearly 30 years' experience of training people at all levels.
More blog posts for you to enjoy ...
Other bloggers you may like to read ...