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Doubt Your Limits
There are no limits, only limiting beliefs
Send your mind a positive message
Give your mind a push in a positive direction
What to say when you talk to your mind
Optimists have positive expectations. They believe good things will happen in the future, and they expect positive outcomes.
Optimists have an unstoppable positive bias in their thinking. They are their own spin doctors, and no matter what happens, they reframe it in a postive manner.
When Jesus said, As you believe, so shall it be one unto you," he was talking about positive expectations.
You don't get what you want. You get what you expect. It doesn't matter whether your expectations are positive or negative, you still get what you expect.
Positive expectations are the heart and soul of optimism.
Your entire life is forged in the fire of expectations, and those expectations must be positive if you are going to live your dreams.
At the most fundamental level, optimists know that expectations rule their world, and their expectations are consistently positive.
Positive optimism makes dreams come true.
When I was sailing around the world on my catamaran, Exit Only, optimism made all the difference.
Optimism kept my sailing dreams alive after I broke two legs, five ribs and punctured one lung in a car accident in New Zealand.
Optimism helped us survive a dangerous winter storm in our small yacht three-hundred miles north of New Zealand.
Optimism carried us through a global tsunami in Thailand.
Optimism guided us through tons of tsunami debris as we sailed across the Indian Ocean.
Optimism led us through Pirate Alley in the Gulf of Aden.
Optimism stood by us as we sailed up the Red Sea.
Optimism stood watch with us as we battled a gale while sailing across the Atlantic Ocean.
Optimism is more than the belief that everything will turn out fine.
Optimism is a way of life.