Dec 19, 2013 11:38 AM EST
In today’s competitive society with all the negativities -- including the stressors involved -- it is common human nature to fall short with worry and doubts. Having the proper emotional intelligence and the ability to think forward that “Anything can be possible” is positive for cultivating growth, inner strength and continuous progression through life. We learn through experiences, we learn through others and we learn for ourselves. There are many books, human nature of conversations that are expressed on ways and techniques. But in the end, it is only to your own making that anything can be possible if you possess the proper mental efforts.
Thinking bigger, and bigger and BIGGER…
Staying small is one’s own choice, however we cannot grow if we do not put in risk. Risk taking can frighten many people. Whether they are simply too set in their ways, or naturally uncomfortable, undesired to grow. Practicing risk taking behavior is supported to moving ahead in life. It is how you view the experience, take it in, look back and revisit these experiences, learn from them and move on. Repeating the cycle is unhealthy, takes out of your precious personal time and remember that we only have one life so it is to one’s own choosing how to live it well.
Thoughts from an Official Blog Post by SVP at Google, Jonathan Rosenberg
“An open Internet transforms lives globally. It has the potential to deliver the world's information to the palm of every person and to give everyone the power of freedom of expression. These predictions were in an email I sent you earlier this year (later posted as a blog post) that described my vision for the future of the Internet. But now I'm talking about action, not vision. There are forces aligned against the open Internet — governments who control access, companies who fight in their own self-interests to preserve the status quo. They are powerful, and if they succeed we will find ourselves inhabiting an Internet of fragmentation, stagnation, higher prices, and less competition. Our skills and our culture give us the opportunity and responsibility to prevent this from happening. We believe in the power of technology to deliver information. We believe in the power of information to do good. We believe that open is the only way for this to have the broadest impact for the most people. We are technology optimists who trust that the chaos of open benefits everyone. We will fight to promote it every chance we get.”
Pessimistic Views on Life…
Why it won’t…Why it can’t? How many times and rehearsed conversations from people have we heard that this won’t work because…or I am not able to because…Perhaps it was just a bad day or perhaps we are simply just acting out in ways why it won’t work. “No” is a regular response to these type of people. They have trouble imagining and visualizing. They are the types whom see failure as a predictable option. Fear and doubt create worry among these types. In the end, there isn’t enough of a mental climate to create something positive. Pessimistic views tend to down play on the dreams, the ideas and creativity.
Optimistic Views on Life…
Possibility Thinking is focused on problems and ways that are positive. Dreamers of sorts. They see the “Anything Is Possible” point of view and keep working past experiences “Turning Water Into Wine.” They are the ones who strive to achieve, climb mountains, adventure, experience and explore. In a sense, a full life, resilience of never giving up one’s dream. Success thinking in optimism makes anything possible.
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