Positive Thinking: Time To Move On!

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I have a bad personal nature – always worrying for nothing. I always feel worry without reason and that is the major factor that let my motivation down. And as the results – there are a lot of things undone and in the end of the day, I’m the one who suffer the loss.

But not anymore.

Time changes people and I want it happens to me. It is the time to be a better person. Well, I always feel it is easier to say to say than done but now I want to turn it into – it is easier when you do it rather than just saying!

Worrying About A Problem Attracts More Problems

Yes, it is! I am inspired by a senior negotiator (I’m a property negotiator now) who achieves a lot of things in her life. And I still remember her words when other members asked about what is the worst problem she got with clients where she mentioned: “Actually I don’t bother with the problems. For people with positive thinking, problem is something to be let go. And keep worrying about a problem will attract more problems!

I always feel worry with the problems that I have to face (actually there is no big problem at all!) and I suffer the loss of ignoring the things that I should do from day to day.

Not anymore!

It’s time to face the challenges ahead and do what I should do. No more reason and no more excuse. And no more worry. Because the possibility to success is there.

Time to move on!

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bilgi

Even though regular people, although still will be faced with adversity. fuss people can not be human.

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Ann

Hi there,

Interesting article. I couldn’t agree with you more. The worrying you do over shadows everything else in your life. Try to turn every worry into a opportunity of doing something better, learn from it and use that knowledge on another worry. Thanks so much for sharing.

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PCPrima.de

I worry a lot myself too, so this was nice to read. I hope I can implement it in my life.

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Psihoterapija

I don’t agree that people with positive thinking aren’t aware of problems, they just choose to see them as a challenges so they have different approach to them. Regretly, I’m not one of those persons, so I tend to worry a lot…:) But the most honestly would be to say that I worry when I feel incapable of facing problem. When I feel safe and assertive, then I don’t worry- I just do. But it’s pretty rarely :)

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Pumpkin

True indeed. But then again not worrying takes away that adrenaline rush needed to keep yourself sober and quite aware of everything around you.

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Shawkat Anwar

Yes,it’s true that I’m a kind of man who worry unnecessarily for almost all of the things those come in the path of life very naturally.The well formulated article helped me much to change my attitude towards problems.Hope I’ve gained lot of courage this time to win the challenges rather than to be drifted deeper into critical problems,Thanks for your great article !

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