Have a safe and fun time this long Easter weekend. I hope you have lots of hugs, happiness and take a chance to enhance your health.
Here’s a few ideas of some Primed activities to do this weekend.
10. Dine Well at Great Primed Restaurants like:
The Wholesome Table, Chihuahua, Hai Chix and Steaks, Howzat!, Lemon Cafe in Boracay and other restaurants like Hossein’s, Fig and Wooden Spoon.
9. Find a Green Space and Have a Picnic:
Turn off the tv and find green. Not easy in Manila because all the greedy people are too shortsighted to realize its importance.
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POSITIVITY QUESTIONS and ANSWERS
>> Name: Chad Davis (section at end for you to do the same exercise – it is fun)
>> Occupation: Husband, Dad, Wellness Coach, Motivational Speaker, soon to be author and blogger at Primed for your Life
>> Location: Lives in Pasig with Primed clients worldwide
>> 1. What is positivity to you?
Positivity is how I live my life. It is ingrained in me to be positive, always look on the bright side of life and try to be a positive influence on those around me. I only found out that I was adopted when I was 30 years old. I was not worried or concerned at all. My wine glass is always half full and I always look on the bright side of life. ((I do not drink alcohol any more!)
>> 2. Can you identify facets in your life wherein it is important to be positive?
As a leader you must project a positive attitude. To my children in particular, but also to my clients and to my friends as well, it is important to remain positive. I want to be identified as a good guy: a positive, happy and fun person. Not a complainer or whinger.
>> 3. When the going gets tough, what is your mantra?
Well, it is easy to steer the ship when the seas are smooth right? It is when the shit hits the fan that you see what people’s true character is like. I love a challenge. I embrace it. It is my chance to shine, to show what I am made of and find a Win:Win outcome. I have been confronted with many drastic and challenging situations. I am pleased to say that I usually remain calm, keep my cool and try to work out a good solution for all involved.
It is also important to admit when you are wrong and to be strong enough to say “I’m sorry”.
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