"Problems" versus "Possibilities"


April 22, 2010...

"Problems" versus "possibilities."

Where's your focus and with whom do you more readily identify?

Person #1 (Ten things a problem-oriented person might say):

"The car needs new tires." "There's no money in the checking account." "I am
fighting with my friend." "My wife forgot again." "I don't feel good."
"This week has been impossible!" "I got another parking ticket." "My
boss is an ignoramus!" "My staff is entirely unmotivated!" "It's tough
to get good service."

Person #2 (Ten things a possibility-oriented person might say):

"We just landed a new account!" "That's a great idea for a business!"
"Let's plan something fun!" "I met a great person!" "I bought a new
"Your new job sounds promising!" "I'm all
for joining!" "Let's start jogging together!" "I'm going to go for it!"
"Ill do it!"

It's not hard to imagine which person enjoys life more.

Are you enjoying your life?

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