Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Positive Mind

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Today, the co-founders of LNA, April Leight and Lauren Alexander, share their tips of success.

It's an amazing read from these super creative, successful and empowered women.

To read their blog, click here.

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"Don't find fault. Find a remedy."

-  Henry Ford, was the founder of Ford Motors.

"We can work it out. Life is very short, and there's no time for fussing and fighting, my friend."

John Lennon & Paul McCartney, need no introduction.

"The Law of Win/Win says, "Let's not do it your way or my way; let's do it the best way."

Greg Anderson, best-selling author and founder of the American Wellness Project.

"Successful solutions are based on the powerful principle that resolution occurs by fostering the positive, not by attacking the negative... One basic principle has the power to resolve problems: Support the solution instead of attacking the suppose causes.... The way to finesse a high-energy solution is to seek the answer that will make all sides happy and still be practical. Such solutions involve utilization of both the tolerant right brain as well as the judgmental left brain."

- David Hawkins, from his book "Power Vs. Force".
My name is Mastin Kipp & I am the Founder of The Daily Love.
Photo by Brent Mullins.
Mastin KippThey say that pain is inevitable, but suffering is optional. We all experience pain in our lives. The question is, how do you interpret pain?

Are you a victim of your pain? Do you fight it. Do you accept that it won't change. Do you see pain as a portal of discovery and growth? 

These questions apply to physical pain, but I am talking about emotional pain.

The strongest muscles are made by tearing them apart over and over again, only to be rebuilt stronger and stronger.

The more you are willing to put yourself out there and subject yourself to the pain of life, the stronger you can become. The tool to use is to apply an empowering meaning to the pain of life. They rejected you. How are you going to interpret that? That you are worthless and unlovable, or that the right one will respond to you in perfect timing. Do you keep trying and keep loving? Or, do you give up and let the momentary pain of rejection win?

You didn't get what you really wanted. Do you believe that life's a bitch and then you die? Or, do you hold the belief that something even better is waiting for you?

Every time you experience pain you have the choice of how you wish to interpret this pain. Does your interpretation of pain cause you to suffer to to grow?
Seriously consider this question: from now on, how are you going to interpret pain in your life?
I consult my positive mind.
I consult my negative mind.
I let my neutral mind decide.

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