The other day someone pointed out something I do unconsciously that helps me and others put a positive spin on things.
We all experience pain, suffering, disappointment, and even minor irritation on a daily basis.
The question is, do we emphasize the struggle or do we seek the blessing that lies behind our challenge.
Depending on how you answer that question you’ll either find life a burden or a blessing and the choice is up to you.
Today, I’m going to teach you how to reframe life’s problems so that they pass quickly and you’re left with something positive.
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If you got something out of today’s JumpStart, would you please forward it on to someone else?
Together, let’s build a community of positivity as we make the world a better place.
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Thank you for this video. I’m a pessimist by nature, the glass is always half empty. I think I have grown up with this as a protective layer so that if I don’t expect good things I’m not disappointed when good things don’t happen or when bad things do happen. It’s ironic because my dad who was very influential in my formative years is the eternal optimist, so much so, that I almost felt as if it is not genuine. I am also, as my husband pointed out last night, someone who always has to play the devil’s advocate. I do it without even thinking. It is not because I like to argue, on the contrary, I avoid conflict and confrontation at all cost. So, thank you because I am going to try to make a conscious effort to be a “the good news is” type of person, baby steps!