Now for people that know me, they’ll realize that most of my tweets are for things I’m truly grateful for, and a few, are not. Why am I doing this? It’s not in an effort to be deceitful. If people asked, I would be honest. It’s because I’m trying to test the power of positive thinking.
If there’s something that I’m less excited about, something that bothers me a bit, or something that makes me upset, and I tweet about it in a positive light, am I more likely to approach the situation in that way? Am I more likely to end the experience in a happier mood because I started in one? I’m thinking that the answers to both of these questions are “yes!”
Last week, two of my #gratitude tweets were not as genuine as the rest, but approaching both situations with a smile on my face had me leaving with one too. Did things go perfectly? Not exactly — but some #gratitude led to a happy day!
How does your attitude change your outlook on a situation? I’m curious how others may be testing the power of positivity!
Aviva 🙂 Determined to start and end my day with a smile!