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2010 - The Year of Positivity
There seems to be an increasing acceleration in many things in our lives these days. Life just moves faster. Technology advancements have a lot to do with that, being busier with work and family, having more interests and hobbies available, the internet with all of its social media applications, smart phones, etc.
I've also noticed that there is an acceleration happening around our collective ability to create, attract and manifest many aspects of our reality through our thoughts, beliefs and emotions. Over the past several months, I've read quite a few articles that describe the phenomena that is occurring in human consciousness right now. It is as if the limitations that govern our ability to powerfully influence how our personal reality shows up, are diminishing. In a nutshell, it is becoming easier to think, feel and speak our reality into existence.
If this is true, then there are a few important questions you may want to ask yourself.
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How Our Perspective Determines Our Reality
This is an article I found recently that I liked a lot. I resonate strongly with what the author, Michael Beck, has to say. Hope you enjoy it!
For as long as I've been a professional I've heard that a person's attitude makes a difference. You've probably heard all the cute sayings about attitude - "Your Attitude Determines Your Altitude", Attitude is Everything", "The Only Thing You Can Control is Your Attitude". Every sales manager talks about attitude. Every leader talks about attitude. Every entrepreneur hears about attitude.
Let's face it. No one is against having a positive attitude. It's kind of like mom and apple pie. There's nothing to be against. But anyone who has worked with me knows that I don't go with the crowd. I tend to be an independent thinker and as such, often see things differently than others. Over my professional career, I've been a student of human nature, and one of the areas I make note of is attitude.
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