It's not that the bad event has happened, it's how we react to it that determines our well being.
charleston, SC (PRWEB) July 11, 2012
July 10, 2012, marked an end to the complicated mess that took the website, My Positive Perspective, offline. The website being offline gave those affiliated with the website a chance to think about where the direction of the company was headed. The hosts of the talk show noted that as is the case in life, you always encounter obstacles whether it is an individual or a company. The obstacle My Positive Perspective encountered came due to a problem with a hosting site and the files that compose a website.
Founder of My Positive Perspective, Jason Deierlein, noted that it would be made clear why he had a personal interest in bringing this viewpoint to the public. He noted, “Recovering from my car accident would not have been possible if I was not able to look at the situation positively.” “Other people were in a worse state than I was, and that made it impossible to feel sorry for myself.” That was an important life lesson to learn because that is true with nearly every situation in life. There is always someone else in a worse situation than your own.
When asked what would be different about this new site, Deierlein said, “The episodes will make it clearer why I am doing this.” “Every situation can be looked at with a positive perspective.” Deierlein also noted that he hoped to get back more feedback and comments on his episodes from viewers, saying that if people had a question or comment, there are probably others that have the same question or opinion. Deierlein also noted, “Just because bad events happen does not mean that they are going to always be bad. The real issue that determines the future is not that a bad event has happened, it’s how we react to it that determines our well being in the future.”
About My Positive Perspective
My Positive Perspective is an internet talk show that exists for the purpose of improving the way our public deals with adversity that takes place in life. Believing that encountering adversity in life is inevitable and the best way to handle its consequences is to improve the perspective in which you view the obstacle.