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How to Limit Distractions

Distractions are everywhere. They are on your desk, on your phone, and even sitting across from you. That’s not even the worst part – they make you less productive at work. Dr. Gloria Mark of the University of California has found that it takes an average of 23 minutes to resume a task after distraction occurs. Twenty-three minutes! How many times do you get distracted each work day? At least two to three times? That alone is one hour of wasted time according to Dr. Mark. Ready to limit your distractions? Here’s how:

Limit Screen Time.

That includes your smartphone, your smartwatch and even your computer – if applicable to your industry. Stop watching your phone for text messages or phone calls and stop responding to Facebook messages and Instagram comments every time your phone beeps. Silence your cell phone, shut down your smartwatch and get back to work. These little distractions occur often and have the ability to completely derail your productivity.

It might not be reasonable for your job to completely shut down these personal devices all day. That’s okay! But if you’ve ever said “I’m just going to check my email really quick” and 20 minutes later you’re still replying to people, you need help. Set times, reasonable times, in your work day when you can take take a few minutes and respond to emails and missed calls.

Maybe you can get away with only checking your email two to three times per day. Or maybe you can have an automated response for text messages to let people know when you will be available and to try calling back at that time. However you choose to limit your screen time, start doing it now.

Try the Pomodoro Technique.

If you can’t make the time-setting technique work, try the pomodoro technique.  Work the hardest you can work for 25 minutes and then take a 5 minute break. This works for a lot people because it lets you start something knowing there is an end (and reward!) in mind.

Don’t get discouraged with a seemingly never-ending project. Try out the pomodoro way and take short breaks to relax and rejuvenate yourself.

Make a To-Do List.

Become one of those make-a-list and check-off-as-you-go people. They know how to achieve satisfaction one step at a time. Keep your list manageable, concise and current. Start each work day with the 5×5 Rule. Determine what the five most important tasks of the day are and do your best to complete each of them by 5 p.m. Check off as you go and relish in the satisfaction.

Clean Up Your Workspace.

Remove any unnecessary clutter from your workspace. Why? The less stuff your eyes see means less visual stress, and less visual stress means less distraction. It’s that simple.

Keep Your Internal Distractions in Check.

Internal emotions such as hunger, thirst, tiredness and worry can affect your mental capacity and attention span. Go to work well-rested, full and hydrated. Don’t forget to eat a nutritious energy-boosting lunch!


Distractions are hard, but it’s even harder if you need help maximizing your marketing efforts and you’re being interrupted too often. Need help? Partner up with Divvy. Divvy helps franchisees stay on-brand and focused when it comes to marketing. Call our office at 801-224-8666 or fill out the contact form below.

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Why Your Business Needs Multimedia Marketing

Businesses need multimedia marketing in order to survive in today’s fast-paced world. Consumers are not solely reading newspapers anymore. They are listening to the radio, watching television, driving by billboards, reading direct mail and surfing the web, too. This developmental change has made it harder for businesses to reach consumers on only one platform. This is why multimedia marketing is essential in today’s marketing and content strategy.

What is Multimedia Marketing?

Multimedia marketing is not as intimidating as it sounds. “Multi” means many and “media” stems from the word medium, creating the phrase that simply means “many medium(s) marketing”. That’s all it is!

Multimedia marketing is sharing one consistent message on multiple channels. One message needs to be supported by multiple channels in order to reach more consumers.

Through a combination of pictures, videos, graphics, social media and the more traditional methods, such as direct mail, press releases, and advertisements, businesses can reach more past, current, and potential customers. An increase in reach leads to an increase in brand awareness, and an increase in brand awareness leads to an increase in website traffic.


Because a business is sending one message through multiple channels, it is reaching more people. Sending out a piece of direct mail, for example, will only reach those who receive the mail. If you combine that marketing strategy with an infographic shared through social media, you will reach the people who receive the mail and all those who see the graphic online through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.

Brand Awareness.

The business that masters multimedia content strategy is the business that masters brand awareness. If you are doing it right, you know that each medium has a characterized user. For example, those who read newspapers are typically older, and those who are on Instagram are typically between the ages of 18 and 29. Knowing this, a business can tweak its message to appeal to the different consumers. When a business is able to share a consistent message on multiple platforms, it is able to increase brand awareness.

Website Traffic.

What does an increase in reach and an increase in brand awareness lead to? An increase in website traffic, and thus an increase in leads and potential customers.


Do you need help creating a cohesive multimedia marketing strategy? Fill out the contact form below or call us at 801-224-8666. Divvy specializes in maximizing your business or franchise’s marketing efforts.

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9 Things You Can do to Become a Better Leader Today

What does it mean to be a good leader? And how do you become a better leader? Some people believe that good leaders were born that way, and others believe it takes hard work and determination to become a good leader. Regardless of what you believe, good leaders have a few unique characteristics. Luckily, with a little persistence and knowledge, you can become a better leader today, too. It’s time for you to become conscious of your leading style, actions, and tone. Start doing these nine things to become a better leader today.

Be Passionate.

Passion is contagious. If you become passionate about your job, your employees will notice and follow suit. Plus, you’ll find yourself wanting to be at work and leading, rather than at home and watching TV.

Maintain a Positive Attitude.

Just like passion, attitude catches fire. If one person comes to work with poor attitude, it is likely that person will rub off onto colleagues. The same goes for you as a leader. Not only do you need to be positive on the daily, but you need to maintain a positive attitude when times are stressful too. Employees notice when management is angry, upset, or stressed and it affects how they continue their work duties.

Be a Role Model.

Be the leader that inspires employees and colleagues. Be the kind of leader that you want your employees to look up to.

Stay Humble (and Honest!)

When it’s a team effort, recognize that it’s a team effort. Don’t take credit for something you didn’t do by yourself. When you mess up, apologize and take the blame. Don’t blame anything on anyone else when you’re the one at fault unless that is the kind of organizational culture you want to cultivate.

Be Approachable. 

Employees need to know that their manager is always available to talk to and ask for help from. They need to know they can openly discuss issues with you while what is said remains confidential.

(Get to) Know Your Employees.

Connect with your employees on a personal level. Ask them about their family, recreational activities, and other topics that will help you build a relationship with them. This kind of positive interaction will let your employees know that you appreciate and recognize them. They will feel more loyal to you.

Promote and Praise Creativity.

Promoting creativity among your team will strengthen problem-solving skills and improve productivity. Good leaders encourage new ideas.

Collaborate With and Challenge Them.

Not all people do well working by themselves, so encourage team work and join in when possible. Additionally, challenge your employees. People get bored doing the same mundane tasks every day. Throw in some change and challenge them to help shake things up, in a good way.

Continue Learning, Yourself.

The first step in bettering yourself – and your leading skills – is to recognize that there is room to improve… and there is always room to improve.


Start small to make a big change. These nine simple steps are something you can start to become a better leader today, but you will need to continue them tomorrow, too.

Do you need help with your business or franchisee? Divvy can be your marketing partner and make life simpler for you. Call our office at 801-224-8666 or fill out the contact form below to see how Divvy can help you.

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7 Blogging Habits You Need to Start

In order to achieve blog success you need to incorporate healthy blogging habits into your daily lifestyle. Don’t worry – they aren’t complicated! In fact they are simple and straightforward. You wouldn’t think these seven blogging habits would be habits at all really, rather they are guidelines you need to be reminded of.

The 7 Blogging Habits:

1. Be True to Yourself.

Don’t let your voice get lost in the vast sea of blogs! Answer this question: Why did you start blogging in the first place? Was it to join in on the conversation? Or to be a leader in your industry? Maybe it was to have a place to publish your writing as a portfolio of sorts. Whatever the reason, remember why you joined the blogging community in the first place. Be sure that all of your posts relate back to why you became a blogger.

2. Write Quality Content.

The key word here is quality. Writing quality content adds to your blog (or your business’s!) credibility. This means you should back up all your claims with evidence. Take your time writing your blog posts to achieve high-quality content. It’s better to take your time writing something that will drive readers to your site than to draft copy with “fluff” that won’t get you or your business any leads.

3. Write Concisely.

“Fluff” is a term used to describe superficial writing, and it should not be present in any of your blog posts. There’s nothing worse than clicking on a blog to find that there’s no useful information available. Readers today have been skimming through writing since middle school and high school. The best way to make sure your readers are actually reading your content is to write concisely. Get your point across and get it across quickly. Avoid fluffy sentences at all costs. Click here to learn how to create a great blog outline.

4. Be Consistent.

In order to increase a following you need to be consistent in these three areas: posts, topics, and brand. You need to post fresh content on a regular basis, and you need to stay on-brand and on-topic in your posts. This means you are always relating back to your niche and you are maintaining consistent voice throughout.

5. Have a Plan.

Life gets busy and when that happens, the blog usually falls behind. Create a schedule or an editorial calendar to stay consistent. Plan out the topics of your posts based on the time of year (i.e. holidays/celebrations) or weekly/monthly features (highlight of employee of the month or DIY Thursday).

6. Engage with your Audience.

All successful bloggers know how important it is to engage with fellow bloggers and readers. Cultivate a relationship with them. They are more likely to share your blog and help increase your following if they see you are trying to put in effort.

7. Join in on the Conversation and Be a Leader.

Join in on the conversation, but don’t regurgitate information.  Be a leader in the industry!


Good luck establishing these blogging habits! If you need help with your blog, call Divvy! Divvy provides marketing consulting, SEO, social media, AND blogging counsel. Call our office at 801-224-8666 or fill out the contact form below.

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Why Your Business Needs an Online Presence

An online presence is essential in your business succeeding in today’s world. What worked 10 years ago is not going to work now. According to Google, 97% of consumers search for local business on the world wide web. That’s right – your customers are Googling you (or your product/service) and if you’re not online, you’re missing out on a potential conversion.

Having on online presence shows that your business is changing with the times and you aren’t afraid. Instead, you are ready. It shows customers that you are adaptable and more importantly, modern. Today’s consumers are using the internet to ask questions and find answers. If you’re not online then your potential customers are turning to your competitors for solutions. That means you are losing out on business and money. Are you convinced of your need for an online presence yet?


The internet never sleeps. It is 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. People are now using Google to find out things like “how to smoke salmon” to “how to vote”. Eighty-nine percent of consumers use search engines to research a product or service before making a decision.

The key to being a top result and getting clicked on is to fully utilize your site’s SEO, or search engine optimization. SEO allows your site to be seen by search engines, and thus by consumers. This type of accessibility can’t be replaced by a billboard or brochure.

Ask yourself this: What would consumers ask Google that your business, product, or service would solve?

In addition to SEO, an online presence allows for you to adopt a greater audience. People from all over the world will be able to see your product or service and some of them may even buy it.


Today’s consumer relies on word-of-mouth and online reviews now more than ever before. When was the last time you saw a movie without hearing or asking if it was worth going to see?

Establishing an online presence on social media, such as Facebook, and Google, Yelp and other virtual rating websites builds your business’s credibility. These sites allow previous customers to provide a rating out of 5-stars and a summary of their experience with your business.

Why is that important? It goes back to the movie theory; consumers nowadays check social media sites and rating platforms before hiring a company or buying a product. Many consumers are wary of business’s lacking an online presence. Afraid of getting a negative review? That’s a rational fear, but you have the ability to monitor your business’s rating and respond to false or fake reviews, establishing and accrediting your online presence even more.


That leads us to reliability. The frequency of your posts on social media, the interactions between your consumers and your business online, and the quality of your content all leads up to one thing: the impression your business has on current, previous and potential consumers.

If you are frequent and professional on your social media, website/blog, and review sites, you are going to leave a lasting positive impression with your followers.

Interactions + Frequency + Quality = Impression

Having an online presence is more than a simple website and Google+ page. It requires brand consistency, frequent postings, quality content, and professional interactions. It might sound like a lot of work, but it is well worth it. Don’t ignore this marketing technique; it is the modern way to built and maintain a successful business.


Do you need help with your social media strategy or SEO? Divvy offers marketing consulting for both singular businesses and multiple franchisees. Call our office at 801-224-8666 or fill out the contact form below.

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10 Ways to Get Ahead at Work

The best way to stand out and build a strong reputation is to get ahead at work. So what does that mean exactly? To get ahead at work is to not only do your job duties, but to go the extra mile in doing them. Here are a few things you can start doing to get ahead at work, and really, your life:

Be well-rested and clean.

Don’t be that guy. Don’t be the co-worker that falls asleep because they went to a late-night movie or the one that stinks because he/she didn’t shower. Do your best to presentable. When you’re in a professional environment, you should be doing your part to look and feel like a professional. Sleep 7-8 hours a night, take a shower, brush your teeth and do your hair.

Do your best!

Not only do you need to look and feel good, but you need to put your heart in all that you do. No matter the project, whether it be vacuuming crumbs on the floor or helping your team with a project, give 110%. You know that feeling you get when you finish a project? The one where you feel total satisfaction and accomplishment? That’s the feeling you should aim for in everything you do because that means you did your best. That way, when it comes time to revise or present, you will stand out based off of your hard work.

Make a to-do list and schedule, if necessary.

It can be hard to do your best when it seems like there are million things to do and no time to do them. In that case, make a prioritized list for the top five things you need to accomplish. Then, create deadlines for each of them. Schedules are not signs of weakness or distraction, rather they are signs of strength and productivity. Make them and use them as your job duty road map.

Build relationships with everyone.

Now that you’re focused on your job duties you can feel relaxed enough to be personable with everyone around you. Make an impression and create a relationship.

Use your downtime wisely.

It can be tempting to hop on social media or run to the break room when you are in between projects. Instead, use this downtime to better your skills. Search engines are full of tips, advice columns and business blogs. If you’re uncomfortable or know you can get better in an area – and there should always be an area – use your downtime to learn more.

Destroy negative thinking and comments.

Negative thoughts and comments are just that – negative. Learn how to overcome negative thinking patterns and stick to Mom’s favorite rule: If it’s not a nice thing to say, don’t say anything.

Tackle new changes or challenges, or at least TRY.

When a new change or challenge arises, STEP UP and tackle it. It’s okay if you fail and if you do, ask for help. Your boss will notice your effort, even if you are struggling, and is there to help you succeed.

Don’t forget to have FUN.

If you are constantly thinking about work or working, you’ll get caught up in professional atmosphere. Don’t forget about your personal life. Go on a drive over the weekend or treat yourself to the new movie you want to see. Make sure that you have a healthy balance between work life and personal life.


If you need help managing your work load, let Divvy help you. Whether you’re a franchise needing a better solution for ordering and printing marketing collateral or you’re a business in need of social media or SEO help, Divvy is here for you. Call our office at 801-224-8666 or fill out the contact form below for more information. Talk to you soon!


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5 Shortcuts to Working Smarter, Not Harder

Work is called work for a reason. However, there is a difference between hard work and good work. Not all work that is good is hard, and not all work that is hard is good. For example, it is hard work to cut your lawn with craft scissors, but it is not good work. Meanwhile, it is good to cut your lawn with a mower, but compared to scissors, it’s not nearly so hard.

If you are looking for ways to get work done more effectively without burning out, you need the right tools for working smarter, not harder. Below, we’ve listed some of our favorite tools that we hope you can add to your tool box.

Take Care of Yourself

It’s time to admit the inevitable: you are only human. That means you need proper food, sleep, and exercise in order to function properly. Don’t make the mistake of attemptting to get more out ofa work day by cutting out sleep or lunch breaks. Take care of yourself, and you’ll be more productive, we promise.

To-Do List and To-Don’t List

Once you’ve taken care of yourself and are ready to get to work, it’s time to get organized. Make a list of the tasks you need to accomplish in the day, and then prioritize them. And when we say write it down, we mean it. Writing down your list helps you to better focus on the task at hand with the confidence that you won’t forget one of your upcoming tasks. This helps you to focus better.

Likewise, create a to-don’t list. This is a list of things you do not need to accomplish today, so there’s no need for you to waste time and energy worrying about them.

It’s important to keep in mind, when scheduling your time that things sometimes take longer than you intend them to. Meetings run long. Important projects come up. To counteract the inevitable, schedule empty time between your tasks to act as a cushion, that way you don’t have to feel frustrated and exhausted by always chasing the clock to get back on schedule.


Establishing a morning routine can help you ease in to your work day. Whether checking your email, making phone calls, organizing your schedule for the day, or something else, having a mini morning to-do list of set tasks that are familiar, approachable, and easy to accomplish helps to make the rest of the day feel more approachable.

The same can be said when preparing to leave work. To make sure that last hour is productive, ease out with a list of set tasks, whether its organizing your desk, backing up important projects, or writing tomorrow’s to-do and to-don’t lists.

Break Time

Here’s a tip: on average, brains can focus for 90 minutes at a time. After that, they need a brief respite of 10 or 15 minutes in order to rejuvenate.  By giving yourself and your brain those much needed breaks, your body can accomplish more and be more productive. So next time you find yourself lacking focus, take a moment to stand, stretch, get a drink, or step outside for a few minutes.

Always Challenge Yourself

Last but not least, stay creative, keep learning, and keep challenging yourself. By doing these three things, you can keep your brain active, and have more fun and fulfillment in your chosen field, rather than dreading the monotonous tasks each day offers.

Need Help Working Smarter Not Harder?

If you’re a Franchisee owner, Divvy can help! At Divvy, we provided branded print material to help you and your Franchisees stay on brand. Learn more here, or contact us in the form below to find out how you can stay on brand smarter, not harder.


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Blog Basics | 5 Small Steps to Make a Big Impact

A blog is a great medium to share information and generate discussions. If you don’t know the basics of blogging you’re going to be in trouble! Make these 5 small steps with your next blog post to make a big impact on your audience. Listed in no particular order, these steps are sure to equip you with the information you need to help your blog succeed.

Words per Blog Post

The number of words per each post depends on a number factors, including the purpose, frequency, audience and substance of the blog content. There is no one right answer to how many words per post you should include, so you have to find that out on your own. A number of expert bloggers recommend writing no more than 600 words per post, claiming that readers have short attention spans. While this may be true regarding some topics, it is not true for all. Doctor offices, for example, may benefit from writing frequent short 250 word posts answering questions regarding health and nutrition, but someone in the life coaching industry may benefit from writing one 1,200 word post weekly regarding personal development.

While there is no golden rule to the number of words per post, it is important to recognize the influence word count has on your blog. Shorter blogs, 250-300 words may be best for generating discussions and 300-600 word posts give your blog an SEO advantage. Longer blog posts, those 1000+ words are most likely to rank well on search engines, but run the risk of content being skipped over.

The standard blogging length is 300-600 words.

Content Image Size and Quality

In the world wide web, visuals are everything. You will lose readers if your site is attractive and unfocused. This goes for images, too.

Make sure your images are clear quality, and don’t alter the size proportioning. That means you need to avoid blurring your photos when you adjust the height and width of your content images.

The layout of your blog determines the height and width of your content images. Divvy’s content images are always adjusted to be 680 pixels wide, and the height changes accordingly. This allows the content images to take up the same width as the words, making it fall in line and measure perfectly.

Featured Image | Get Creative

Content images are important to keep your reader’s attention after clicking the link, but featured images are what draw and hook your blogger in. This means you need to get creative and make your featured image. Using Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop works best, but there are tons of awesome free online tools you can use if you don’t have access to Adobe Creative Cloud. At Alexander’s, we like to use Canva and Pablo by Buffer if we are in a rush to publish a post. They are simple and easy to use and completely FREE.

SEO and Tags

SEO is important in the increasing viewership and traffic to your blog. There are a number of great WordPress Plugins that can help with your blog’s SEO. One of our favorites at Alexander’s is Yoast SEO. It provides you with the necessary guidelines and information to producing a good SEO. Try it out!

Tags help your post be found through browsing and searching. This post, for example, will be tagged with blogging and business tips to name just a few. The idea is to pick words that sum up what your post is about and words that someone might use that would find your content and information useful.


If you need help or have questions regarding your business blog, call us or fill out the contact form below. Divvy specializes in social media marketing and blogging. We would love to help you!

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Likes vs. Reach: Social Media Engagement

In today’s world of Web 2.0, social media engagement is essential to successfully developing and cultivating an online presence. With the vast change of technological improvements, however, truly understanding social media engagement is ever changing. With that said, there is a huge difference between “Likes” and “Reach”.


With the addition of Page Insights to Facebook, users can now analyze their business’s page activity better than ever. However, Facebook uses jargon that the typical Facebook admin doesn’t know. Divvy knows how important social media engagement is to your business and we’re here to help you understand the hard stuff.

Reach & Impressions

According to the Facebook help page, reach and impressions are two very different analytic measurements.


Reach refers to how many unique people have seen your post in their newsfeeds – this is why paid support can increase your reach dramatically. Reach tells you the exact number of people that viewed that specific content.

Impressions refers to how many times a post from your page is displayed in people’s newsfeeds. The catch? One person may see the same content two different times. Impressions tells you the total number of times that content was in people’s newsfeeds.

Engagement (Likes)

Engagement refers to the interactions beyond reach and impressions, meaning the clicks, comments, likes and shares. As such, high reach doesn’t mean there is high engagement. You can reach more than 100 people and only have 10 likes. With that said, it is possible to have low reach (15 unique users) and high engagement (8 likes, 3 shares).

In sum, engagement measures how compelling your content is to your target audience.

Social Media Engagement Applied

It is important to recognize how to use these analytical measuring tools. Remember these 3 things:

  1. Reach measures how well you are getting your content, product, or business name into people’s newsfeeds. If you have a high reach, you are doing a good job of being seen. If you don’t, you should measure your impressions.
  2. Impressions help you determine what content is catchy and interesting enough to be viewed by the most people the most times. Like the example above, those with low reach can use impressions to determine what posts are interesting to their audience. From there, you can increase your reach and your impressions, too.
  3. Engagement measures how well you’re connecting with your target audience. The more people that engage with your posts, the more likely your post will appear in your engaged user’s friend’s newsfeed. Aim for engagement, not for reach.


Bottom line: Likes are better than Reach/Impressions. Next time you’re analyzing your social media, focus on your post engagement rather than your post reach. If you need help with social media marketing or engagement, Divvy can help! Call our office or fill out the contact form below. Otherwise, happy analyzing!


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How to Destroy Negative Thinking

In the business world, there is nothing worse than negative thinking. Negative thoughts can be crippling to not only yourself as a leader or employee, but to your inner self. Whether it stems from another’s comments, your own self-doubt, etc, negative thinking can be stopped. Follow these tips the next time you are divulging in negative thoughts:


The Scientific American reported on a study that suggests people who smile more – rather than frown – tend to be happier. This is because there is a connection between our body and our emotions, and our brain isn’t always in charge of how we feel. Our bodies can influence how we feel. So next time you are thinking negatively, trick your emotions! Are you smiling yet?

List 5 Things You are Grateful for.

“Those who are the happiest never did have everything. But rather, they are thankful for everything they do have.” – Unknown

And it’s true! Harvard Medical School studied the relationship between gratitude and happiness, and found that those who feel grateful have more positive emotions, relish good experiences, deal with adversity better, and build stronger relationships.  What better way to destroy negativity than recognize the positivity? Write down 5 things you are grateful for and why. Do it with a positive attitude and you will walk away feeling more thankful and happy.

Don’t Pull the Victim Card.

Some negative thoughts need to be kicked in the shins, and this is the way to do so. You hold the power to change your thoughts, no matter the origin of the negativity.

Your thoughts have a tendency to match your actions. If you have a habit of playing the victim card… STOP.  You cannot be a victim of yourself or your negative thoughts. Allow yourself to recognize that you are the one allowing negative thinking – and act by stopping them in their tracks.

Change Your Surroundings.

Sometimes negative thinking stems from your environment. If you are surrounded by negative people all day every day, it’s likely that your attitude will adapt to your environment and you will become a negative person. Look closely at your friends and family and make sure they are surrounding you with the positivity you deserve.

Ask Yourself, “What Can I do to Make this Better?”

It’s possible that you may need to simply adjust your attitude. If the reason for the negative thinking is simple, such as “I just woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning,” ask yourself what you can do to make the day better. Maybe you can pick up a drink on the way to work or school, stop for lunch at your favorite restaurant, or promise yourself a nap when you get home.

The Dreaded Cliche: Transform Negative Thinking into Positive Thinking.

When all is said and done, you may need to buck up and recognize that your negative thoughts aren’t getting you anywhere and the only way to move forward is to change. When you have a negative thought, transform it into something positive. For example: “I am so late for work, I can’t believe I slept in” can be transformed into “I got to sleep in a few minutes more than usual, that’s nice.”


These are cheesy examples and you are more than likely reading this post looking for deeper answers to a bigger problem but sometimes it’s better to take baby steps. In this case, negative thinking doesn’t change overnight so baby steps are just what you need. We recognize that negative thinking is inherent in businesses and franchises, but Divvy can help! Divvy specializes in making business easier for business owners and employees. For more information call us or fill out the contact form below.


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