A lesson learned in life…

One thing I think people don’t keep in mind is the power of attitude. Both positive and negative attitudes affect us daily. It’s how you deal with them, and different situations or even persons, that can make or break you. We need to learn how to turn the negative into a positive in any situation.

It’s also very important to surround yourself with the right people. If people aren’t supportive, or are always talking about the negative, What good does it do you? Are they really being a friend? Remember, negative breeds negative, and positive breeds positive.

Life is a challenge as it is, but you throw negativity into it, in any way, shape, or form, and you are just asking to be weighed down. You should be making life easier, less stressful, not harder.

So cut out the negative weather it be current situation, a person, or group of “friends”, low self esteem, etc. If it doesn’t help you, or do you any good, what’s the point? Open up and release the negative, and let in the positive. Look at your attitude, and the attitudes around you. Make changes and evolve.

“There is little difference in people, but that little difference makes a big difference. The little difference is attitude. The big difference is whether it is positive or negative”. – W. Clement Stone

Now Playing: “Walk” by Pantera

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6 thoughts on “A lesson learned in life…

  1. I totally agree it’s important to surround yourself with the right people. It makes or it breaks your life – good or damaging people. Love the video too!

  2. I’m totaly in agreement with your post but I don’t always have the guts to tell those who are not coming fom a place of respect to walk.
    Agaib love how you picked a great song to go with your post.

    • I’ll admit, sometimes I myself don’t find the courage to speak up or make changes I have to. It’s something I think everyone has to work on. But taking actions, especially positive ones, will attract positivity. Things should just fall into place.

      Thanks for the comment.

  3. Pingback: Turning Negativity Into Positivity: Escaping Negativity Before It Got The Best Of Me… | createwhatyouwant

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