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Practical Optimism

I once had a spiritual mentor who always did positive affirmations. One day she said to me while driving " Can you stop off at my bank for me? "Sure" I said. As we were talking in conversation , she interups me as we are driving past her bank and says "I guess we're not going to the bank and it was not meant to be" I said "Hey you got to speak up in life and say here is my bank destination. If you do that, you are not going to get there. Thus I am writing this blog on Practical Optimism.

Practical optimism is more than just thinking positively. It involves taking action, moving forward, planning, and organizing in order to bring positive change into our lives. In a three-dimensional reality, simply visualizing success or hoping for the best is not enough. We must actively work towards our goals and be willing to put in the effort required to achieve them.

Positive thinking is great for setting the intention and motivation to succeed, but it is the actions we take that ultimately make the difference. Without taking concrete steps towards our goals, our optimism can become stagnant and ineffective.

By planning and organizing our time and resources effectively, we can ensure that our positive thoughts are translated into real-world outcomes. This may involve breaking down our goals into smaller, more manageable tasks, setting deadlines, and creating a clear roadmap for success.

Movement is also key in practical optimism. We must be willing to step out of our comfort zones, take risks, and adapt to changing circumstances in order to make progress towards our goals. It is through action and movement that we can turn our positive thoughts into tangible results.

In a world where challenges and obstacles are inevitable, practical optimism is a powerful tool for navigating through life with a sense of hope and purpose. By combining positive thinking with action, planning, and organization, we can create a future that is filled with success, fulfillment, and happiness.

Blessings Dr Salo Stanley DC

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