The impact and influence that our thoughts have on us is profound, and that means we can look upon our positive thoughts as friends and allies, and our negative thoughts as foes and enemies; in some cases, our worst enemy.
(PRWEB) October 01, 2013
Per Wickstrom, the President and Founder of Best Drug Rehabilitation who believes that it’s never too late for someone to turn their life around and do something positive, has published a new blog post on how negativity can be a person’s worst enemy.
“I’m not a philosopher,” commented Per Wickstom who blogs regularly at http://www.perwickstrom.com, “but I can say without hesitation that in my experience, a positive attitude plays a massive role in whether a person succeeds – or fails to succeed. The impact and influence that our thoughts have on us is profound, and that means we can look upon our positive thoughts as friends and allies, and our negative thoughts as foes and enemies; in some cases, our worst enemy.”
To help people from all walks of life steer away from negativity and embrace a positive lifestyle, Per Wickstom advises the following strategies:
- Recognize that negativity in all of its forms sends out signals -- both explicit and implicit – that, frankly, turn off people who might otherwise be a good friend, or even a good employer or client.
- Grasp the core distinction between merely making an observation or statement that is negative, and being chronically negative and losing perspective.
- Pay careful attention to what one reads on the Internet, watches on TV and in movies, and other seemingly harmless diversions. In ways that human beings simply cannot perceive – but the subliminal mind certainly can – these inputs influence and shape thoughts, perceptions, attitudes and, ultimately, actions.
- Remember that being positive is actually the natural state of humanity. A trip to a kindergarten class provides ample, indisputable evidence that we want to be happy, we want to “forgive and forget,” and that we want to share and laugh.
- Adding laughter to life – the kind that is “with” someone and not “at” someone – can be, as the old saying goes, absolutely the best medicine.
The complete version of Per Wickstrom’s new blog “How Negativity can be your Worst Enemy” is available on his website at http://www.perwickstrom.com/motivation/how-negativity-can-be-your-worst-enemy/.
For additional information or media inquiries, contact Amber Howe, Executive Director BDR, at (231) 887-4590 or ahowe(at)rehabadmin(dot)com.
About Per Wickstrom
Per Wickstrom is the President and Founder of Best Drug Rehabilitation, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center focused on helping individuals through holistic and natural methods. Per believes that it's never too late to turn your life around and do something positive with your life - he is living proof that hard work, perseverance, and a positive attitude can overcome any negative situation.
Learn more at http://www.PerWickstrom.com.