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Have a Magnificent Day!

Have a Magnificent Day!

Look For the Beauty

PersistentlyPositiveA pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; An optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.

Life is an opportunity.  Every moment contains within it exactly what you need to grow and thrive.

Being physically healthy is such a vital part of living a successful life.  What about your mental and emotional health?  How much does your mental and emotional health contribute to your physical and financial health?

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To have a positive attitude is to be optimistic about yourself and life.  You expect good things, good situations and good opportunities.  You remain positive and optimistic in the face of negative appearances.  You are strong mentally and emotionally.

Optimists smile frequently and pessimists frown.  Optimistic people look at problems as temporary setbacks and create solutions.  Pessimistic people look at problems as permanent and do not think they can do anything to change them – so they usually don’t.  They complain a lot.

There is a big difference between reacting and responding to life, situations and circumstances.  An optimist looks at challenges and responds creatively where a pessimist looks at challenges and reacts and tends to be a victim.

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Optimists see challenges, problems and difficulties as opportunities for growth, creativity and success.  They have a healthy attitude and know every adversity contains within it the seed of an equal of greater benefit.

An optimist stays cool, calm and collected in the face of challenges.  They see clearly what is happening and make better decisions and create solutions.  An optimist is more healthy because they are less stressed about life and situations.  Optimists also have more energy and a higher vibration because they take things more lightly than pessimists. (Hint: enlightenment)
 
Have a wonderful and prosperous day!

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smiles,
:) Lee
The MEGA Coach

Below is a video about Alice Herz-Sommer, the oldest living Holocaust survivor who passed away last year.  Her attitude is remarkable.  She is grateful and optimistic about life even after living through what most people would consider a nightmare.

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