Writing Exercise

Positive Thinking:

Tell us how you believe positive thinking works best in every circumstance.

If someone were to ask me what I feel is a true indication of a person’s belief system, my response would go something like this:
I believe that when an individual faces a situation whether favorable or not, the way they approach it is key. The point of any exercise in life is to figure out the pros and cons in order to determine whether or not they have an appreciation of both sides of the task at hand. Something need not be the best choice, but sometimes choosing the lesser solution can actually be beneficial. It is all in how you look at things. 

Maintaining a positive outlook in every situation is a lifeline that can see you through an ordeal or a triumph. Keep your cool … (that’s the ticket!). Thinking things through and making rational decisions will afford you the best answer. Staying upbeat and positive allows you to adjust any ill-favored attitudes you might have, and extend you a few minutes to find something good about the subject. Staying positive is always a helpful tool to use, and once practiced enough, it will become as natural as breathing and help carry you through to your next challenge. By staying positive each time you might end up enjoying most everything you do.
Theresa H Hall
Freelance Writer, Editor,
Independent Contractor
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10 thoughts on “Writing Exercise

  1. So true, Theresa. The way you look at life is EVERYTHING. I always try to look at the positive side of things. In most situations, if you look hard enough you can always find something.

    • Janene,

      You have the right thinking. Everyone faces challenges and when you approach them with a can-do attitude, the situation is more like a puzzle whereby we pick up the pieces and rearrange our lives for the better. It’s all right to have a three minute pity party … but after 180 seconds it’s time to pull up our bootstraps and walk with an attitude of excellence. 🙂

  2. I’ll trade you a two minute egg for a three minute pity party and raise you one small token of my affection for your excellent ideas

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