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What is Positive Thinking?

Positive thinking can be defined as thinking good thoughts or being optimistic. When it comes to positive thinking there is no room for the negative. When you are a positive thinker, you will always look on the good side of things. You will not dwell on bad things; instead, you will look for the good in them.

Positive thinking involves no negative thinking. Instead of thinking about what could go wrong, a positive thinker thinks about what can go right. A positive thinker is going to look for the good in things. That means they will always try to find something positive about every situation.

As it was the same situation with TEAM INDIA in quarter final match of cricket world cup.

Positive thinking plays a large role in life.Thats what Yuvraj Singh did with himself. According to his statement after match win is, "I focused on POSITIVE of WINNING the GAME. I never thought that 5 mail batsman were out, instead I thought that Suresh Raina and 4 more are still going to come. so we are going to win for sure. We all are doing this for a special person(SACHIN TENDULKAR)".

A person who thinks positive will end up having a more positive life then someone who thinks negative. A positive thinker is going to be able to stay upbeat in any situation. That is because they do not dwell on the negative. They can always find a way to look at the positive in any situation.

When bad things happen, a positive thinker is not going to let themselves get down and they are not going to let the bad invade their thoughts. Instead, they are going to look for positive things and look to find the solution to the negative situation.


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Harish Bhist Advanced   MLM Trainer & Authour
Whatever we do in life we always should be thinking positive.Great Writer Napolian Hill said,"Where there is adversity, their is new opportunity". Robert Kiyosaki's says,"whatever you say about your future, its a lie. So why don't you say a lie purposely, if it becomes true you will be happy".
For an example:
If some one don't have money and keep saying I am poor. So he is going to remain poor. Thats what he is attracting. But if same person start lie about his future that I am a billionaire! and he becomes one than he is going to like it or not?
This is the POWER of SPOKEN WORDS.
Mar 27th 2011 04:07   
Daniel Whitley Junior  
Harish, I am very impress with your article and I can relate with your life's philosophy as a positive thinker. I believe that a positive attitude is a prerequisite for success and understanding the law of attraction and it's by products elevates you to a higher consciousness. take care my friend.
Mar 27th 2011 04:21   
JOSEPH CHACKERY Magnate I   Officer
What sets you more successful apart from the rest is thinking positive and taking action!
Mar 27th 2011 04:48   
Cindy Bolley Magnate II Premium   HHCTB?
Garbage in...
Garbage out.

Great POSITIVE Page!

Gotta Love It!

Mar 27th 2011 08:37   
Harish Bhist Advanced   MLM Trainer & Authour
I heartily thank to Daniel, Joseph and Cindy M'am for reading my Rev. page. as I was supposed to write this as article or E-zine and I tried but couldn't able to. So I thought of going unorthodox way and writing article here. I was very much positive that this is going to work for me. Before this I submitted 2 rev. pages and more than 50 people visited but non of them has written any kind of review. Again thanks friends for encouraging me to write more.
Mar 27th 2011 10:43   
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