Sean’s Thoughts For The Week Ahead – 50
Sean’s Thoughts For The Week Ahead – 50
Week 50. Two more weeks until week 52…the magic week. At week 53, Sean will no longer be a rookie. Imagine that…and he’s only 11. Now, that’s hot!…so to speak. Again, please make sure to share this post with a kid, whether they’re yours or not. They could be your nephew or niece, or just a friend’s kid. The important thing is we get that kid exposed to positivity as soon as possible. The earlier, the better.
Like I said on our last week’s post, our goal is to make a positive dent on the issue of bullying by raising the future bully’s self-esteem and self-confidence…before they start bullying. We all know bullying is a result of low self-esteem and self-confidence on the part of the bully. Nobody is born as a bully…just like nobody is born as a doctor or a homeless bum. All of these are learned skills and philosophies or beliefs that we acquire as we move forward with our own journeys in life.
In my opinion, the main difference between a homeless bum and a successful person is his or her philosophies that each develops during the formative and teenage years. Our philosophies determine our attitudes, which in turn determine the consistent daily actions we’re willing to take, which lead to the results we are able to generate, which finally determine the lifestyles we live…good or otherwise. The bottom line: when we need to change something in our lives, we need to change our philosophies or beliefs first. Otherwise, true change will not happen. It’s that simple.
Have an awesome week ahead! Be blessed…ALWAYS!
Sean’s Thoughts For The Week Ahead
(1) “When you say you’ll do something, do it right away. Don’t delay.”
(2) “When you want to be funny, make sure to do things that will make people laugh.”
(3) “If you’re going to complain about somebody, make sure you check yourself first. You might have made or are making that same mistake you are complaining about.”
(4) “If you’re going laugh at someone, make sure you’re prepared to get laughed at too.”
(5) “If you are asking help from others, listen and learn so you can do those things without them as soon as possible. There will be a time when they won’t be around to help you anymore.”
(6) “If your parents always want you to do your homework right away, do it. It’s for your own good.”
(7) “When you have a new friend, the first thing they will notice about you is your attitude.”
In case you missed Sean’s mantra, which we shared on our last post, we decided to share it again. In fact, we’ll share it every week for the new visitors. Check them out again. It’s not just a mantra that he reads, it’s who Sean is. It’s something he recites to himself in front of a mirror consistently on a daily basis that just pumps him up. Sean is very consistent with this. He reads this in the morning before he brushes his teeth, and at night after brushing his teeth before bed time.
1. I like myself!
2. I’m a winner!
3. I love myself!
4. Daddy loves me!
5. Daddy’s proud of me!
6. I’m handsome!
7. I’m a good boy!
8. I’m the best!
9. I’m happy!
10. My family loves me!
11. I’m very smart!
12. I’m cool!
Sean’s Video Of The Week:
We’re asking him to watch this video once a day for the next 7 days. Next week will be a different video. You can do the same if you’d like to take the journey with us. We’re both doing it ourselves with Sean too. Like we said before, we already know what happens when kids are exposed to negativity. We’re strategically exposing him to positivity. We already know what will happen. We’re just excited to see how far and how fast he will go. He’s our live experiment and this blog is our laboratory. Let’s take the journey with our young man, Sean Zafra. I don’t think this has ever been done before. If it hasn’t been, then we’re excited and proud to be the first ones to do this. I know for sure Sean will thank us a lot for all of these.
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