Tag Archives: positive thinking

Having A Champion’s Mentality

I have been thinking a lot lately about how very fortunate I have been to be a part of championship teams during my lifetime. As an athlete, I competed in four sports growing up, and many of my teammates, coaches and mentors have taught me some invaluable lessons – truly life altering. Those individuals, along […]

Be a Positive Catalyst To Make Things Happen!

In our efforts to improve the world – or just improve ourselves, sometimes we need a catalyst.  Science says that a catalyst is a substance that starts or hastens a chemical reaction. In the broader spectrum, a catalyst can be so much more than something born of science. And, yet a catalyst can be an event […]

Happiness or Success…Which Comes First?

There’s no doubt that happiness is the result of achievement. Winning a championship, landing a better job, finding someone you love — these things bring joy and contentment to your life. But so often, we wrongly assume that this means happiness always follows success, and in some cases, nothing could be further from the truth. […]

How Positive Thinking Builds Your Skill Set

To continue on with the previous post, I wanted to share some additional thoughts about maintaining a positive, and some of the benefits. The benefits of positive emotions don’t stop after a few minutes of good feelings subside. In fact, the biggest benefit that positive emotions provide is an enhanced ability to build skills and […]

The Power of a Positive Attitude!

We’ve all heard about how possessing a positive attitude is beneficial in many ways. Maybe one of the most important aspects of having a positive attitude is that it resonates to others, and we like to hang around people who are positive. I believe that most of us would prefer to be positive rather than […]

Wise Optimism

I recently finished a book titled “Wise Optimism.” I decided to write it and compile some previous writings with the hope of helping as many people as possible. It’s the type of book that goes through and discusses things we can all use to help us in business, our personal lives, and in our communities. It’s actually […]

Good Advice: Refuse to Worry

After the election has passed, I have noticed how many friends and family members are taking it pretty tough. The election depression set in yesterday for millions of people, and it may take a while for that to settle down a bit. Many people had invested so much emotion and time that they were all […]