Monday, May 28, 2012

The power of positive thinking

Some people say it's wishy washy to think your thoughts have any affect on events. For me, I know when I focus on something, set goals or dream big lots of things change and what I previously thought was impossible becomes possible once I start to believe in it and myself.

Looking back over the time I have been blogging when I started I didn't imagine myself becoming a author, freelance writer, public speaker or having more than 1 blog I made any money from. I was just writing about what I was doing and how it would help people. As I went a long I began to see how my life could change and set goals fo myself.

It wasn't just about goals and big things I wanted to achieve though, it was about smaller things. Even little things like handbags. Just before Mothers Day I realised I needed a new handbag as mine was about to break completely. My wallet also needed replacing.

I found the items I liked and nearly bought them for myself for Mothers Day, but at the last minute changed my mind and decided I would find another way as I was not completely in love with the ones I found anyway.

Fast forward a week and a bit and out of the blue I get offered an absolutely stunning leather wallet and handbag worth over $300! I was going to buy a much cheaper bag and wallet, and now instead I am getting an even better set for free.

I know when I am negative about things, think I can't do it or things will never happen everything seems to overwhelm me and nothings happens.

When I focus on things in a positive light, things I need and want to achieve, I find the motivation and inspiration to take action. Things I need or want have a way of finding me and opportunities I never could have dreamed of appear in front of me.

I truly believe in the power of positive thinking, focusing on your goals and desires BUT I also full believe and know you need to to ACTION. You need to be actively doing something to help yourself achieve those dreams and goals.


  1. Positive thinking is incredibly important - it's good for the brain, emotions, and even physically!


Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.