Which dog is winning?

By: Jan Bolick

With many of us now fighting the dog days of summer, hoping to block their affect on morale and productivity, our quote is a question.

Which dog is winning?

Post it or the story on which it is based (below) on your computer screen (download instructions below).

A Native American Elder describes his inner struggles in this manner...

It’s true for the “dogs” that live outside of us as well. We can come up with good and bad in most every person, action, situation, etc. The one we dwell upon, think about, talk about or “feed” the most – that’s the one that wins. And when it’s the mean dog that wins, it’s hard not to lose morale and productivity.

Pass this story along to your colleagures. Talk about it. Post on the walls. Post on your computer (see instructions below). Post it everywhere as a reminder that the dog you feed the most will win.

Additional resource to help you help the good dogs win: 10 Ways to Help the Good Dog Win
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You can post the above quote to your computer screen with just three clicks.

1. Click on the image above. Don’t see an image? Try this link.

2. Right click on the image that appears.

3. On the pull down menu that appears, click on “set as background”. Voila!

There’s still plenty of room on the left side of the screen for all your shortcut icons.

Note: If you don’t like your new wallpaper, don’t want to replace it with a quote from the Business Class Quote Library and don’t know how to get rid of it…… Go to your control panel. Select “Display”. Select “Desktop”. And then choose from the designs offered.”

Or print the PDF version below. Just click on the printer icon in lower right corner of the image.

Problems? Try this link.

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