Sabtu, 06 April 2013

Accentuated the Positive

You’ve got to accentuate the positive
Eliminate the negative
And latch on to the affirmative
Don’t mess with Mister in-between
Johnny Mercer

Having young children like I do, offers an opportunity for my learning every single day.Over the past couple of weeks, my eldest son, Quin, and we fought with his younger brother behavior of Falls. Specific issues mainly take the form of Falls, wanting to make older children laughing. This may include using inappropriate language (especially for a five-year-old) and being too aggressive with others through his actions and words.

This behavior is certainly unacceptable to me, one of the things I noticed was that his elder brother now focuses on what falls ill and runs to me several times during the day to report on the latest antics of her brother.

Now, I’m unsure child behavior specialists could have a field day in what I’m describing here. But what has become increasingly clear to me is that we focus our attention on the negative behaviors of Falls, rather than his many other wonderful qualities as a brother and a son. And we all know that universal law-where is the focus, so there the energy flows. In other words, one that focuses on is what becomes more pronounced.

I noticed the same thing in my work and in my client’s activities. When attention is focused on negative outcomes or things might not go well for us, we are ourselves stuck-and we continue to get more!

It’s as if negative thoughts, beliefs and fire creates more of what we want, instead allowing us to focus on the positive things that are going on around us in our businesses and our lives.

So where focuses attention? Do you feel frustrated and stuck? Could it be that they focused only on the negative aspects of what’s going on around you?

As an assignment, I like watching three challenge areas where finding yourself feeling negative and frustrated and try to find five things good or positive about where you are. Write them down and read them to you every morning and evening. See if focusing on the positive, helps bring more fluid energy and ease the difficult situations in your business.

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You’ve got to accentuate the positive
Eliminate the negative
And latch on to the affirmative
Don’t mess with Mister in-between
Johnny Mercer

Having young children like I do, offers an opportunity for my learning every single day.Over the past couple of weeks, my eldest son, Quin, and we fought with his younger brother behavior of Falls. Specific issues mainly take the form of Falls, wanting to make older children laughing. This may include using inappropriate language (especially for a five-year-old) and being too aggressive with others through his actions and words.

This behavior is certainly unacceptable to me, one of the things I noticed was that his elder brother now focuses on what falls ill and runs to me several times during the day to report on the latest antics of her brother.

Now, I’m unsure child behavior specialists could have a field day in what I’m describing here. But what has become increasingly clear to me is that we focus our attention on the negative behaviors of Falls, rather than his many other wonderful qualities as a brother and a son. And we all know that universal law-where is the focus, so there the energy flows. In other words, one that focuses on is what becomes more pronounced.

I noticed the same thing in my work and in my client’s activities. When attention is focused on negative outcomes or things might not go well for us, we are ourselves stuck-and we continue to get more!

It’s as if negative thoughts, beliefs and fire creates more of what we want, instead allowing us to focus on the positive things that are going on around us in our businesses and our lives.

So where focuses attention? Do you feel frustrated and stuck? Could it be that they focused only on the negative aspects of what’s going on around you?

As an assignment, I like watching three challenge areas where finding yourself feeling negative and frustrated and try to find five things good or positive about where you are. Write them down and read them to you every morning and evening. See if focusing on the positive, helps bring more fluid energy and ease the difficult situations in your business.

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