Power Of Thinking Positive

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18 thoughts on “Power Of Thinking Positive”

  1. I was basically born and raised to be a positive thinker. At one job I had a coworker that actually complained I was too darn positive and cheerful and nice.

  2. Positive thinking is a great way to improve your mood and become more confident. I really have to work hard at it sometimes.

  3. I think the power of thinking positive manifests itself in our perception rather than in the world around us. When our perception changes, our world changes. Sounds like a good book.

  4. This certainly is an intriguing idea. I have found that certain people attract positivity & I’d love to include myself on that list.

  5. I absolutely believe positive thoughts equal a positive outcome. I always try to find something good in every situation.

  6. Thanks for sharing this! I have recently been on my own path of discovering positive thinking and it truly is hard but worth it!

  7. It really feels so much better to think positively all the time. Negative energy just isn’t good for the mind, body, or soul.

  8. Me personally, had to learn to be positive. It took a long time…but then I grew up and remind myself it’s a choice we make. Here’s to being positive every day!!

  9. I love “attract positives to your world” that is so great and so true. No one wants to be around a negative nelly.

  10. This is a good skill to learn.
    I agree that it takes time, but observing your own actions and behavior can be an interesting experiment within itself.

  11. I agree with this whole heartedly. Surrounding yourself with those who have a positive mindset is also key.

  12. I believe positive thinking really does help. Due to my mental illnesses it is very easy for me to look at things in a sad way. These last few months I have really been trying to find something positive in every day.

  13. Positive thinking is a big bonus. I know it’s hard to be around people who think/talk negative more often than not.

  14. I feel like there are no real cons to positive thinking. I know it is time consuming but so is anything if you want it bad enough and positive thinking is something we should all try to achieve and keep the negative thoughts at bay!

  15. I like the idea of finding and using books to become more positive. I need to do more of this.

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