Try this. Make a list of ten things you like about your job, mate, child(ren), city, school, etc. The next time someone asks you what you do or where you are from, respond enthusiastically, "I'm from XYZ City," or "I work at ABC Company, and I really like it!" They are likely to comment on your enthusiasm and ask you why you like your city or your job so much. You can respond, "The people there are really nice and we render a great service. My manager is a neat lady," and go right down the list. You'll be amazed at the response you will get and the impact it will have on your attitude and performance.
Recently I met a lady who had been working for the JC Penney Company for many years and had grown disgruntled and unhappy. She decided to give this approach a try. Two weeks later she told me that her supervisor had commented on her dramatic change in attitude and performance. The lady added, "And you know, it's funny, I really do like my job much better!" Give it a try and I'll SEE YOU AT THE TOP!