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Brilliant Positive Thinking by Sue Hadfield

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It’s not just seeing the roses – or even smelling them – that shows the difference between an optimist and a pessimist. If you are in the company of someone who is negative or even just feeling a bit down, you soon realise that they can’t focus on anything else. When you are stressed and anxious, it somehow consumes your whole being so that you don’t notice, or enjoy, the beauty of the world around you.

In Chapter 2, we discussed how changing the language that you use affects the way that you think. In other words, action can precede thoughts as well as the other way around. So if you stand up straight, put your shoulders back, walk purposefully, ...

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