Daniella Whyte

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Identify Positive Thoughts (Effective Thinking #2)


We often hear the phrase “think positively.” Positive thinking is so much more than a cliche; it’s a choice. In order to overcome negative thoughts, we must not only identify them, but we must replace them with positive thoughts. It’s not enough to tell ourselves to “stop thinking negatively.” We have to develop an outlet by which every negative thought is quickly pushed away and replaced with a positive thought. If we don’t keep positive thoughts flowing through our minds, we leave the space open for negative thoughts to come in and take up residence. Read more…

Identify Negative Thoughts (Effective Thinking #1)


I am a firm believer that what we think influences every aspect of our lives. Not only should we learn to think in general, but we should also learn what to think on and how to think about what we think on. Our thoughts can be the stumbling block that keeps us back from living a fulfilling life or it can be the catalyst for expanding our potential and doing something that matters. Effective thinking is almost never taught in school and rarely is developed as one goes through life. However, effective thinking can be learned, practiced daily, and developed as a powerful means by which you live life fully and freely. Read more…

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