One of the coolest things I’ve learned recently is the art of turning a negative into a positive.
Sometimes this can be accomplished just by looking for the good in whatever situation you face. Often, however, you can turn a whole issue completely around just by changing the way you approach it.
One of the best examples of this I’ve seen I discovered through a blog by Joe Vitale. It’s called “What If Up.”
What If Up encourages you to turn “what if …” questions into an examination of positive possibilities. Often we ask such questions in a negative tone. Some dreaded circumstance usually follows the “what if.”
Instead, the What If Up movement promotes considering all the great things that might happen. It involves three steps: identify a challenge; notice how you’re mentally approaching it; then What If Up it.
What If Up even has its own online community called the What If Up Club with more than 160 members.
Next time you face a challenge, “what if up” it and turn it into a positive.
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