Thursday, May 29, 2008

The Power of Positive Thinking..

In our world today, it is so easy to be negative, I thought I would list a few positive sentences. Something to think about and to give them a try.
These are from Donny Deutsch, Do's and Don'ts...

Follow Your Passion..every successful person has to do what they love..
Don't Be Afraid of Failure..You can't get greatness, if you don't fail sometimes.
Don't Every Give Up..Take your knocks, pick yourself up and keep going..

One of the biggest do's is ..Just Do It..How many of us, have wonderful ideas and never put them to use..We talk about them and never do it, for whatever reason.

It isn't easy sometimes, but I don't think you would appreciate success if it was easy.Half of the fun in succeeding is getting there.

Hope these little lessons help us all get to where we want to be..

Till next time, keep looking up..

10 comments:

High Desert Diva said...

Thanks

Morning Artist said...

What awesome inspiration to start the day with, thank you :)

Chucka Stone Designs said...

One of my favorite artists sings:

"I believe in the power of positive thinking, its gonna keep this world from ever sinking."

It is amazing how awesome a day can be when we wake up with a smile and feelings of joy :)

Hey Harriet said...

Great post as always! I'm a firm believer in the power of positive thinking & try really hard to not dwell on negative things & try to think of them as 'challenges' in life. That's not to say that I don't dwell & mope about stuff sometimes...but I'm getting better at not doing that so much. Or at least not for so long periods ;)

picciolo said...

what great advice, I will try to remember it!
: )

Rosihue said...

great blog post! very helpful!

Chris Stone said...

Nice positive thoughts!

M.KATE said...

THANKS for the reminder, I needed it today...and the days to come too :)

Music Luva Mutha said...

Great inspiration we can all benefit from!!!xo

whimsicalpam said...

Great post! It's a world of everything comes easy. You're right, the fun is all the learning along the way. The harder things are the harder I try - it's the easy times that are hard for me:)
Thanks for the comment on my horses - I loved your story about "your" Red. My Red's brother, Bud used to "sneak"
( you'd know how funny that is if you ever saw how big he is) out of his stall, every time your back was turned and the gate was open. He'd just lumber along, no one ever ran to get him, we just walked...Bud always came home:)...after he checked the other barn's food supplies