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What If You Succeed?




Let's face it: All of us, at some point or other, struggle with one or more of the following: doubts, fear, lack of self-confidence, and fear of taking risks.


We are somehow caught up in what could go wrong instead of thinking about what could go right. Maybe it's human nature to always see the glass as half empty instead of half full, but that mindset is draining and robs us of the joy of living.


 In these times, when things are coming towards us like a Mack truck, you may sometimes struggle to be optimistic. When life comes at us like this, it is easy to see the glass as half empty, believing that life cannot improve.


Have you ever met someone who seems to focus only on what's going wrong? No matter how you try to point out the positive, they hold to their vision and proceed to list all that could go wrong or has gone wrong. How does it make you feel?


Remember to look at your glass half full and not half empty. A lot of my strength comes from God. God has given me a gift - the gift of life - and it's amazing that I live each day.Mattie Stepanek

What would happen if we started to retrain our minds and thoughts to see the internal and external positive? How different would the conversation be?


What if you believe you were made for more and that the circumstances you face now will not always last?


What if you believe in yourself and the value that you have?


What if you decide to take that risk you have considered taking, and it worked out?


What if you use those doubts and fears and push through anyway?


What if you fail?


What if you succeed?


It takes the same effort to believe the glass is half empty as it is to think that it is half full. Let's choose today to change the narrative; instead of thinking about what could go wrong, ask yourself, what if it works out and I succeed?


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