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Carnival of Positive Thinking

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On a special day here are some articles about life and how we can overcome our grief from around the web

Anna Farmery presents 10 Lessons For Life posted at The Engaging Brand, saying, “Some thoughts on how we can approach life positively”

Will Edwards presents How Positive Thinking Works posted at Inspiration, saying, “If you have never before heard of the Pygmalion Effect you may be in for a bit of a surprise. It is the principle that underpins the whole idea of positive thinking. Simply put, it is that people always tend to realise their expectations about themselves; or, in the succinct words of Henry Ford, whether you think you can or you think you can't, you're right..”

Erin Pavlina presents How To Choose a Career That Will Make You Happy posted at Erin Pavlina's Blog, saying, “Discover and identify your passion. If you had all the money and time in the world, what would you still do? For me, it was studying and learning about spirituality and the paranormal. That passion and interest has been with me since childhood. It’s in my blood. What’s in your blood? What excites you? Figure that out first. Lock it down. Set it in stone.”

Lionel Ebrahim presents Time To Let Go Of That Grudge posted at lionel-ebrahim.com.

Lionel Ebrahim presents Look For The Good In The Bad posted at lionel-ebrahim.com.

Lori DiPatri presents It's okay to make a mistake…Life is full of them posted at Where in the world is….Deerwood Drive.

Aparna presents Quit the nail biting habit posted at Beauty and Personality Grooming, saying, “Do you bite nails? Many do. So don’t feel too guilty; but try to do something positive about it. Nibbled nails not only look bad, they are not good for your health too. It might even lead to skin infections”

cody butler presents Success In 8 Words posted at Dream Life Coaching Blog. Ask your questions., saying, “8 words that summarize and achievement.”

Ricky Wijaya presents Avoiding Risk is Risking The Greatest Things posted at Chapters of My life, saying, “Avoiding risk is risking the greatest thing in your life”

Stephen Martile presents Will Vision Help You Escape the Rat Race? posted at FreedomEducation.ca by Stephen Martile, saying, “You’ve got to have a clear picture of where you’re going. If you don’t, it’s like having a ship without a rudder. Who are you helping and why? How many hours are you working and what are you doing? What sort of lifestyle have you created? What sort of luxuries can you afford? All of this must be mapped out in your head from the very beginning.”

Ralph Jean-Paul presents Building Self-Discipline posted at Potential 2 Success, saying, “The most disciplined business people are usually the most organized, efficient and successful. Learn to build self-discipline in your personal and professional life and see the difference it will make.”

Donald Latumahina presents A Guide to Creating Your Life Plan posted at Life Optimizer.

Colin presents How To Use a Positive Attitude To Get Over Feelings of Unworthiness posted at Positive Attitude Tips Blog.

Valerie Love presents Why & How Awareness Acknowledgment & Acceptance Make Your Life Easier posted at Live Your Destiny Today!.

MoneyNing presents The Secret Power of Positive Attitude posted at Money Ning, saying, “Positive Attitude is key to a better life.”

Lionel Ebrahim presents Overwhelmed By Real Life Problems posted at lionel-ebrahim.com.

Maureen Oliver presents Affirmations of Gratitude posted at Affirmations For a Successful Life, saying, “Starting your day off with some gratitude affirmations is a great way to remind yourself of all the wonderful things you have in your life.”

Brain Blogger presents Emotions and the Brain posted at Brain Blogger, saying, “I’ve recently started to think about emotions. I’m not a very emotional person. I guess I’m just like many other men. I admit that I’m stereotyping here so I hope you don’t mind. However, I often wonder why men and women tend to differ so much when it comes to our emotions. There are so many stereotypes and many of them seem to be true most of the time.”

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