Anything’s Possible. 11 June 2010

Anything’s Possible, Keep Thinking

It’s a printout of a little phrase I keep in front of me. The backdrop is a small black and white picture of two geeks with their hands crossed in front of them, looking pretty happy with themselves.  And it’s something you really need to be mindful of, all the time. Because the truth of it is that while it can seem hard, it can just as easily seem very easy. The flip of a switch can make the difference between an impossible circumstance and a clear solution.


It’s the kind of, positive thinking, in a sense, that you need to practise. You need to practise simply because it’s very easy to forget this in your daily activities. It’s an approach, really. I was speaking to a friend two days ago who was telling me how inundated and overburdened she was. Beatrice was in a terrible place to be. She was overworked. Projects she managed to clear off, only meant more work on her plate. It seemed never-ending and she was feeling very tired, mentally and physically.


The mental space you occupy can definitely have an impact on you physically. The language you use as you talk to yourself has immense power to switch you on and switch you off. And once on a particular road, its very easy to keep walking on that same road and not having a clue as to how to redirect.


We have opportunities to explore and shine, or we have problems to overcome.

It’s how you look at it, really.


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