Having a Good or Bad Day is Entirely Your Choice

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Each and every day, be a force for good. Be positive. This world has enough negativity. Frankly, I’m tired of feeling negative. I’m tired of negativity draining my life. I’m too damn tired for any of it. I don’t have any time to soak in any pools of negativity. So every day, I make a choice.

Negativity is like quicksand. Once you take a step in, it’s easy to get sucked in. If you get trapped deep enough, you’ll get trapped and drown. One way to prevent this trap is to avoid negativity and quicksand in the first place.

Whenever you say to yourself, “I can’t do this,” “It’s too hard,” or “That’s not for me,” catch it. Recognize that saying these things don’t help you at all whatsoever. Make a conscious effort to not just stop saying it, but replacing it with a positive thought.

Instead, say, “I can do this,” “It’s challenging, but doable,” or “I am worthy.” It makes the world of difference.

Positivity is hands down the best alternative. Positivity can’t help but shine of hope and optimism. Being positive motivates you and others around you. Lighting a positive spark within you invariably opens you to a universe of bountiful possibilities.

Like negativity, positivity is contagious. Being negative gives you negative consequences and being positive (shockingly) brings positive outcomes to your life.

Choose wisely and choose to be the one that will bring you happiness, satisfaction, and fulfillment. It’s a daily choice.

Roderick Conwi writes at NourishmentNotes.com about lifestyle development and is a proud parent of a four year old who loves Lion Guard and a two year old who loves anything with wheels. To get powerful insights that enhance your day, join his free newsletter.

Stop Thinking It's Impossible; Anything is Possible!

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I want you to know that anything is possible in life, any-thing. There may be things that are highly improbable, but never impossible. Everything that has ever been achieved was previously impossible until someone dared to do it.
When you look at possibilities, you see potential of everything that can happen - even the potential for things that you haven’t even imagined of yet to happen.
Think of the internet. I wonder if people were dreaming of something like it 200 years ago. We’ll never know for sure, but I’m pretty sure it’s safe to say that they didn’t dream of it as a possibility. Just because people back then didn’t think dream of its possibility mean it wasn’t possible for it to be a reality.
That’s how it was back then, and that’s how it is now. There are much more possibilities in this world than you or I can currently imagine.
There is a big difference between “impossible” and “improbable.” Impossible means that something can never ever be done. Improbable means that it’s unlikely, but still possible. An empowering thought you should always remember that nothing is impossible, just improbable. Some things are more improbable than others. 

Roderick Conwi writes at NourishmentNotes.com about lifestyle development and is a proud parent of a four year old who loves Lion Guard and a two year old who loves anything with wheels. To get powerful insights that enhance your day, join his free newsletter.