- When you tell someone have a good day, you are telling them that they are just a victim of circumstances.
- Telling someone to have a good day creates a victim mentality. It implies that they have little control over how their day will go.
- I tell people — I Hope the Day Has a Good You! Now they are no longer victims of their day; they are victors of the day! They have a choice.
- You cannot always control what kind of day will be given to you, but you certainly can control the kind of you that you give the day.
I Hope the Day Has a Good You!