I like it, seven supper ways to succeed
What if I take your idea positively, couldn’t it be helpful
The phrase “What if”
is a double-edged sword.
It can either propel you to success or doom you.
I suggest you to do a self-check. Everytime that phrase appears in your mind, check whether the following words are positive or negative.
I find that most people come up with the most negative possible outcomes.
– What if the girl rejects my invitation to go on a date?
– What if my business fails?
– What if I lose all my money?
– What if I’m not suitable for this?
– What if my diet fails?
And the list goes on and on.
These are the people that always come up with negative possible outcomes. Because they always anticipate a negative outcome from doing something new, they will stop taking risks, so nothing changes and they remain that way.
And then there are people who comes up with positive possible outcomes.
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Wow, lesson learnt.
This past weekend my girlfriend and I decided to head to Smith Rock State Park for some good ole fashioned fun. We weren’t expecting much due to the cold and snow but we were not disappointed. The park itself is BEAUTIFUL and we eagerly got on the “Misery Ridge Trail” not thinking too much of it. The thought being; we could walk to the top of the park and watch the sunset from the top. Sounds good right? It wasn’t. Our first hint should have been the trail leading up to the top. The sun doesn’t hit much of the trail so almost all of the steep incline is pure ice. As we were walking, er, slipping up the trail, most people would have realized that with the sun setting, the trail would not get any easier and being as though going down on ice is often times harder than…
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Positive thinking will let you do everything better than negative thinking will.
Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude.
Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same.