Have you ever noticed that your default thinking tends to be negative?
If you’re like most people, this is true.
If your teenage son is late coming home one evening, your brain immediately envisions him in a car accident.
If your manager at work says, “We need to discuss your last presentation”, your brain immediately imagines she’s going to tell you all the ways your pitch missed the mark.
If your friend says, “We’ve got to talk”, your brain goes straight to how she’s going to let you know how much you’ve disappointed her.
If your mom says, “I have something to tell you”, your brain definitely believes she’s going to let you know she’s dying of some type of disease.
Can you relate?
Does this happen to you too?
Why is that?
The answer is simple.
It’s just the way our human brains work.
It’s like our brains are in survival mode…constantly on the lookout for dangerous and bad things.
We have to purposefully “manage” our thoughts so our brains don’t go straight to default negativity.
Start to purposefully look for the positive.
Do this by managing your mind.
You’ll be amazed at what you find.
Give it some thought…