A little depressed after the holiday season, or at least after that last over-analyzation? Well, My Super-Charged Life has the cure for the red-and-green blues, courtesy of Disney’s underperforming animated feature, Bolt.
For instance: after spending over 11 hours around your family members, do you feel like committing something ending in -cide? Here’s the fourth lesson from Disney movie Bolt to improve your life:
4. We need our friends and loved ones even if they are a ragtag bunch
In the movie, BOLT made friends with an alley cat named Mittens and a hilarious hamster named Rhino. They both were unlikely allies, but they helped BOLT achieve his goals.
In the same way, we need others to help us along our way toward success. Yes, our group may look a little different than what we imagined, but that doesn’t matter. We all have our baggage that we bring into relationships.
The key is to recognize and value the relationships we have. These people have committed themselves to being our friends and loved ones. I have had to fallback on my family and friends more than once so, I can testify that good relationships are essential.
Sounds like good New Year’s Resolution fodder to me.
Improve Your Life: Things I Love From The Disney Movie BOLT
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