“Always look at what you have left. Never look at what you have lost.” Robert H Schuller.
People have a habit of looking at what they have lost, the negatives, we tend to dwell on it. It’s easy to miss what’s left, what’s actually going right. This is a habit takes a line of discipline to change, you have to teach yourself to stop and think about what you have left whenever you find yourself focusing on what you’ve lost. It’s hard to do at first, you just have to teach yourself to be more mindful of what you’re focusing on. Think about what you’ve lost and what you have left.
What three losses do you seem to look at the most?
What makes them losses? Could they be turned into something more positive?
How could you create a habit of looking at what’s left?
Could you start right now? How?
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