rizzoism 300x169 - RIZZ-O-ISMS: Part 8


Rizzo-Isms are “Attitude Adjustment Strategies” that will take you to a better place in Business and in Life. They are designed to help you to reduce stress, acquire a positive attitude and to create habits for success and happiness.


  • It isn’t necessarily the details of a particular challenge that weigh us down, but our own self-induced negative energy that keeps us from thinking positive and moving forward with hope and optimism that does.
  • When you are setting out to achieve any goal you have to be vigilant about what you’re focusing on and what you’re thinking about.  Nothing brings out the worst in any negative situation faster than you focusing on it.  On the other hand, nothing brings out the best in any positive situation faster than you focusing upon it.
  • Always remember!  WHAT YOU THINK IS WHAT YOU GET!  Never under estimate the power of your thoughts!  Never!  When you discover how powerful your thoughts are, you will discover what the wealthy, successful, influential and highly motivated people have known and applied throughout history
  • Allowing one negative thought to go unchallenged first thing in the morning can cause a snowball effect that influences everything you do throughout the day.  One negative thought can take an otherwise promising day and blow it to pieces.   Isn’t it amazing how no outside help is necessary to ruin your day?

Please feel free to share your thoughts and insights. I welcome all comments.

Steve Rizzo is the Attitude Adjuster.  You can’t attend one of his keynote speeches, seminars, or read his books and leave with the same attitude.  He’s a personal development expert, motivational business speaker, corporate-comedian and best-selling author. It’s no surprise that Steve is also a Hall Of Fame Speaker Inductee. An honor bestowed upon on fewer than 200 speakers worldwide since 1977.


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