In short, this is the point of my blog.

Finding something positive to say everyday:

Sounds easy but give it a try.  The world around you seems to be getting more and more negative, but be the person to find one positive thing to say everyday.  Try writing it down.  In short this is the point of my blog, my pursuit of finding something positive to say on a daily basis. 

Yes it sound cliché, if I can help one person get through a bad day, then it is all worth it.  You know what?  It really is worth it.  Misery loves company and I find myself giving misery the company it is looking for from time to time.  Before the conversation is over, try to interject a positive thought, a positive idea.  “Everything will be OK” is a start but it is not enough.  Keep at it, face your fears, learn something new, roll with the punches… trust me, the more you do it, the more you go positive, the easier it becomes.

Then it gets harder, it gets harder not to sound like a walking, talking, superficial uncaring self-help clone.  And if that is what you turn into, the world is better for having you saying something positive instead of telling people there is no hope.  There is always hope, there is always an answer.  It may not be easy or easily apparent, but the answer for pretty much every situation is out there waiting to be found.

So give it a try, every day… find one positive thing to take away from everyday.  Find one positive thing to say everyday.  Then write it down, in a journal, on a calendar, heck open up a note pad program and log it or e-mail it to yourself.  If you are brave, start paying it forward to your friends. 

In short, this is the point of my blog.

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