When looking back at your day yesterday, what is clearest in your mind? Is it the positive things that happened, like getting a big hug from your child, or the negative, like ending up with one wheel in the ditch when driving (like I did this morning)?

For most people, the latter would be easier to remember, but the first would be more important. I’d like to challenge you to focus on the good and positive aspects of each day before you go to bed at night. I’m going to do the same, and I’d love to hear how it works out for you.

Try it for at least a week, and write them down if that’s easier for you. That way you will feel better about your life as it is, and it’ll make it easier for you to focus on the steps you need to take to change what needs changing. Over-focusing on the negative parts of your life may actually cause you to stay in that place. To move forward, you need to focus on what’s actually good. Think of it this way;

Focusing on the negative is swimming upstream. Focusing on the positive is riding an innertube down it. Tweet this!

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