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Danger: Can You Really Trust Your Future to Negative Thinking?

There really are no secrets to success.  It doesn’t make any difference who you are or what your pursuit of success is there are a few keys that always go hand in hand in achieving it.

However, one of those keys is absolutely never going to be negative thinking.  Negative thinking and positive results are totally contradictory.  You have one or the other.

So, NO…you can’t really trust your future to negative thinking…if you want a positive outcome!!!!

But, even if you are currently a negative thinker you can do something about it.  Let’s discuss that something after we’ve dealt with the why/how of being a positive thinker.

In a heartbeat…literally…you can find all kinds of information on why negative thinking can be so damaging to you physically, mentally and in life outcomes.

Well, I don’t want to confuse the issue by going through a litany of statistics, etc.  However, consider your answer to the following questions:

Would you like a chance at lengthening your life span?

Would you like to feel less distress and downright depression?

Would you like to lessen the threat from illness?

Would you like to achieve greater physical and psychological well-being?

Would you like to make it easier to overcome the hard times?

Assuming your answer is YES, you should know that shifting from negative to positive thinking can help you do all that!

Oh…you want proof?

Here’s a link to a great article that should help you understand why you don’t want to trust your future to negative thinking and some actions you can take.

But, let’s assume you need more insight into how you can shift negative thinking over to the positive.  Well, in this short video there is a powerful thought that should encourage you to go and take a look.

The thought is “No matter what you see it is how you see it.”

My suggestion is you bookmark the URL so you can refer back to the video for ongoing review and reinforcement.

As they say, “Rome wasn’t built in a day.”  Neither was a positive attitude built in a day.  It takes time and effort which brings me back to the consistent keys that always go hand in hand in achieving success.

First and absolutely foremost is the need for you to prepare for success.  Success comes to those who earn it by preparing adequately for it.

Your preparation has to include developing all the knowledge you can about what you define as success for you.  It also includes developing and practicing the necessary skills to achieve your success.  Read, study, listen, watch everything you can about your topic of success.

The second consistent key to success is hard work.  Nothing of real value ever comes easy.

A successful future is born from the blood, sweat, tears, trials and tribulations of dealing with everything in your life…every day!  Using the techniques outlined in the above article and video will definitely help you through all of that.

Finally, failure is required if you are ever to succeed.  It’s just the way it is!  The key here is to recognize what failure really is.

Failure is an opportunity for you to re-think how you are ultimately going to succeed.  The fact is, in this regard, the greater your creativity in overcoming failure the greater your success.

To be clear, the keys that always go hand in hand with achieving success are:

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Hard work

Learning from failure

What are you going to do to overcome the danger of trusting your future to negative thinking?  Why will you do that?

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Crop of GNCC ShotMindstate mentor, author, trainer and speaker, Gary Greenfield (@LifeRider) provides self-employed people inspirational insight and concise business ideas to help improve mindstate and minimize stress. He believes a mindstate that is positive and stress that is minimized helps self-employed people better profit through performance.

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