When a member of your business team, social circle, or family is a Drama Queen or King, negative energy permeates everyone and everything.
The DQ and DK talk about themselves, their problems, how terrible things are, and how others are bad, incompetent, or dumb.
The DQ and DK often end up being fired and rejected, and they lack wealth and success in life.
They have no idea that they are their own worse enemy and that they create their own problems! People around them can feel repelled by their grim conversation or be drawn into their negativity. That is not good for the bottom line or conducive to healthy, positive, and prosperous relationships.
Is success in business more important to you than the histrionics of the Drama Queen? Are your happiness and abundant thinking of greater value than the performance of a Drama King?
If so, it might be time to say bye-bye to the Drama Queen and King.
Immediately you will enjoy a sense of relief, peace, freedom, joy, and happiness. These are the thoughts that build success and abundance.
Thoughts Make You Wealthy. Wealth and success start with what you choose to think and talk about most of the day.
Richard Levy is a radio host for the show âWealthy Thoughts.â on the VoiceAmerica Empowerment Network. Levy is a nationally acclaimed motivational speaker, author and life coach. He is best known for his âThoughts Make You Wealthyâ philosophy, which focuses on identifying negative habits and replacing them with abundant thoughts and behaviors that cultivate personal and professional success. Levyâs philosophy is practiced by thousands of people across the country and has helped transform the lives of many.
Levyâs positive lifestyle led him to personal and professional success and now his pursuit to help others learn to think their way to abundant lives of success, wealth, health and love. He speaks at events all across the country and regularly holds wealth seminars. His first book, âThoughts Make You Wealthy,â was published in 2012. Levy lives in Chicago, where he enjoys spending time with his wife Anne and their two dogs, Lucy and Ricky.