Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Positive and realistic
Being positive about your prospects will improve your prospects. You’ll be more energetic, more persistent, more effective.
A positive perspective might be justified, or it might not be. In either case, it’s the best choice.
Being positive does not mean you must deny that negative factors exist. Rather, it means you commit yourself to successfully working through those negative influences.
You’ll encounter plenty of challenges pushing back against your efforts. Don’t let your own outlook be one of those challenges.
Though negativity might be the most obvious reaction, it is not in your best interest. You can always choose to be both positive and realistic.
Give yourself the advantage of a positive perspective. No matter how difficult the situation, being positive will put you in the best position to deal with it.
Ralph MarstonActive participation Encouraged about the future
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