Using positive affirmations is a fundamental in the world of personal development, and increasingly in the business world. In fact, thinking and imagining positively has been around for a long time, particularly in the sports world where it has been normal for many years for athletes and others to visualise and imagine themselves in the winning position.
However, I’ve come across many, many people somewhat disgruntled with positive thinking, because they say it doesn’t work. Continue reading →
An affirmation, or Rich Thought, is a statement of something as if it were true, regardless of whether it’s truth is experienced in actuality or not. Some people are a bit put off by affirmations when they try them and they don’t work. I’ve found that that’s usually because they’re trying to cover up an open wound with an elastoplast, when what it really needs is a good cleaning out and a proper bandage. This is why many people who do affirmations think they don’t work. So how can you use them to make sure they do work? Continue reading →
I’ve come across many, many people somewhat disgruntled with positive thinking, because they say it doesn’t work. They’ve tried affirming for what they want, and it seems so patently ridiculous that they give up. Mistake. Because it’s the very thought that it’s ridiculous that holds the secret to the success of the positive thought. Continue reading →
A positive affirmation is a statement made in a positive way as if it were true; some swear by them, but recently I’ve noticed there’s a lot of people around who are a bit disillusioned with them. Continue reading →