Start looking for the beauty in your life, if you want to feel better about it

Dare Greatly Coaching | Change perspectives

Sometimes you need to change your perspective to see the beauty that is right in front of you!!

It may have you lying on your stomach in a wet mountain meadow to catch the magnificent blue of the gorgeous Gentiana acaulis.

It may mean climbing to a mountain top to find other ways out of a valley or gorge.

Or perhaps it just means looking at your life from a different angle to discover all is not bad. To be able to see how you can use what is good to change your life for the better.

Somehow we tend to focus on things not going well in our lives. Things not going the way we want to.

We grumble, bitch and moan about how dreadful our day is or how unfair life is treating us.

In doing so we focus on all that – in our eyes – is not right with us or our world.

In doing so we fail to notice anything good in there as well.

Worst of all, what we focus on gets bigger. More of it will appear into our lives.

Ever noticed how many red cars appear in your life when you contemplated buying a red car?

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Focus on the positive and you’ll bring more positivity into your life. Your life and the life of those around you will be the better for it.

I learned a long time ago to focus on good, positive things in my life. Even when things don’t go the way I plan or hope. In those moments especially I look for the perspective that will not take me down a path of negativity.

Negativity has never brought anything positive or good into my life. It only brought fear, pain and failure.

Finding a different, more positive perspective so we can see the beauty in our lives is not always easy. But being able to do so has always made my day and my life better.

Be courageous and abandon your negativity. Find those different, more positive perspectives and discover what opportunities await you there!

As always …

Go Dare Greatly!  #LiveYourOwnLife

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