Today we discuss positive changes that come out of tragedy and the power of positive thinking.
- The day of 9/11 and how it was a major grief experience for the whole country
- How to encourage positive change after experiencing tragedy
- The power of human connection
- How we are showing up in the world and finding ways to improve
- Fear and fear-based thinking – How it impacts the mind
- Two important questions to ask yourself when you need to change your mindset
- Changing fear-based thinking into love-based thinking
- Two inspiring acronyms for F.E.A.R.
- Changing your thinking from “What if?” to “What is”
- 10 things you can do to take control of your fear
- The power the talking to others and being a good listener to those in need
- Facing pain to make positive change and recover from it
- Leaving a mark on the world and focusing on the good that comes out of tragedy
- Smart Money Segment with Steve Sexton from Sexton Advisory Group
“In life, there is of course pain and pleasure, and a lot of people won’t face the pain to make the change. But if you don’t face the pain then what happens is, you’re subject to pain down the road. It’s always there with us – you can manage it, but it’s always going to be there. Just like fear, it’s always going to be there. You can focus on it and make it something bigger than it really is, or you can step back, look at it, and recover from it.” – Ken D. Foster
“One of the positive things that often comes from tragedy is getting to see what we’re capable of when we go beyond ourselves and our concern for ourselves and we’re now focused on others.” – Paula Shaw
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