Cheat Sheet Fact of Life: Your password can change your life.
We all want a bit of privacy. We have passwords on our mobile phones, tablets and computers to preserve the ‘sensitive’ information. Passwords have become an essential part of our lives.
Your password could be the name of a person, a place or something of interest, along with favorite numbers or characters to make it ‘secure’. What if your password is something you want to change in your behavior?
I read the suggestion about having the right password in a recent issue of Reader’s Digest. The author went through a painful divorce. The author made his laptop’s password as, ForgiveXYZ or something like that, XYZ being his wife’s name. At the end of three months he forgave his wife. The change in his behavior was not abrupt but gradual. His next password is about saving money.
To think about it, we log into our computer, several times per day. I log into my computer about 15 or 20 times per day. What if we have a meaningful password? Will it change our life? I wanted to test that hypothesis.
I constructed my password around thinking positively. Did it help? Yes it did to a certain extent. I do think in all shades of grey and black but I also learned to consider the other end of the spectrum. I learned to dream and believe. I end my all my thoughts with a positive note and leave it at that. The hypothesis is right. Your password can change your life.
It is time to change your password. Make your password personal and more of a development need. You will never know how it will change your life.