If you look around you, you’ll see three kinds of people – those who hate exercise and complain bitterly, those who just tolerate working out and see it more as a punishment, and finally, those who believe it is a blessing, not a chore. We work out because we are grateful we physically can. People with a positive attitude are driven, focused, committed, and lit up from the inside. It doesn’t always mean an external expression of a big smile or high five, it is something more meaningful that comes from deep within. Being a positive influence means we inspire to bring out the best, not the brokenness, in others and ourselves.