What you will get: Clarity on how to live your life with doggy’tude.
Do you have enough doggy’tude in your life?
OK I confess…
I couldn’t resist sharing with you this photo of my supercute puppy Odi (Hungarian Wire Haired Viszla if you want one, photo taken by my wife Sandra)
And recently I posted the same photo on Facebook, together with some of my observations of how a puppy lives his life.
And my friend and colleague Razwana Wahid replied by saying, “I want me some doggy’tude!”
Which got me thinking…
Wouldn’t we all benefit from a little more doggy’tude in our lives.
So what exactly is doggy’tude?
Well, its the collective word for going through life with the attitude of a dog…
First of all this means living life more mindfully – in the now.
There is no future.
Then of course…
There’s a dog’s attitude to new things…
Curious about everything that is new (though wisely a little cautious at first)
Open to exploring anything not seen or experienced before.
Readily enthusiastic about trying out new things.
And what about…
The puppy’s attitude towards people?
Everyone is good (until they prove they are not)
Everyone is to be loved unconditionally.
…and even if they do shout once in a while, they are quickly forgiven and all if forgotten.
Add to this mix an abundance of fun, fun and more fun (every moment is an opportunity to play)
…and you got you some serious doggy’tude!
So, how are your current levels of doggy’tude?
And what will you do to boost them some more?
I’m off to play with Odi and lose myself in a pure moment of joy – how about you?
To your success
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