Negative in, Negative out
By Keith Bunn Jr.
Originally posted on November 6, 2011
Re-posted on April 15, 2013
I have this friend at work that no matter what topic we start chatting about, it seems that he always has a negative outlook on things. It’s like he is Chicken Little and the sky is always falling. Which is too bad because he really is a smart guy.
I think one of the biggest reasons he is like that is because he reads and listens to a lot of negative stuff on the internet and radio. I am a firm believer that if you constantly put negative stuff into your head then you will have an overall negative outlook on life. You will constantly think, I can’t do this, I can’t do that, no one can get ahead, I’ll always be poor, and every one is against me. That is just no way to live! Find some motivational speakers like Zig Ziglar, John Maxwell, Max Lucado, Tony Robins, and even Dave Ramsey and listen what they have to say and see if your outlook changes. I can almost guarantee it will.
Now I’m not saying that life is a bowl of cherries, its not. It has its ups and downs in everyone’s life, but to listen, watch, and just be negative all the time is just not right and will affect you and others around you.
"Whether you think you can or you think you can't, you're right." - Henry Ford -
The main reason I do all this is to give people hope and to try to inspire others. To make them think about their finances, whether they are young or old, so they can win financially.