Don’t be afraid of what could go wrong, and instead think of what could go right. Every time a negative thought comes to your mind say a positive affirmation like: Everything will go right!
Stop being afraid of what could go wrong and think of what could go right.Tony Robbins
Hi readers! This post is related to my one of previous posts, “Start with whatever you have”. It was about starting with what you have and working up from there. Today, we are going to learn that no matter what you are trying to do, don’t let possible negatives get in your way.
Obviously you should take strict precautions, but don’t let them stop you from completing things you want to do.
Let’s use the pizza example again. Pretend you are 10 years old and are not allowed to use the oven yet, That shouldn’t stop you from trying to make a pizza, there are so many other ways to do it, even if they are kinda crazy. The crazy ones are super fun too! You will have “fun” experiences and memories, such as trying to make a pizza with a hairdryer! But the main thing to take away, is that having little bumps in the road make you stronger and strengthen your brain to make smart decisions fast.
We all have to learn not to let “bumps in the road” stop us.
The failures or challenges make us stronger and better; chefs, drivers, artists, anything that we want to be. Let’s all push ourselves to find new ways to get past our risks or boulders coming towards us. We as supportive community can do this together!
My name is Gurbani Singh. Since I am a teenager, I often find myself searching for positive quotes for girls. After reading these I have made it a goal to post Positive and Inspiring quotes daily. I hope that these are as encouraging to you as they are for me to learn from and apply to our daily lives.
If you are a parent, I hope you find my posts inspirational and motivating.
Encourage your kids to read and write what this means to them & how they can apply this quote to their lives. Also, consider learning and practicing breathing meditation as a way to help relax and reflect on the message.
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