Okay, so let’s TWIST it up a notch by adding a bit of POSITIVITY to your Personal Development!

Personal development  with a TWIST OF POSITIVITY, is a proven and effective way to improve your life.


Positive thinkers and doers bring the best value to their life. Would you like to have the best, or are you willing to settle for less? Of course, you want to have the best. After all, you deserve it. It’s your birthright. So, if you want the best in life then you must choose, in each moment, to think and feel positivity. Quite simply, and on purpose, ACTIVATE POSITIVITY as often as you can. Activate positivity

Have you ever wondered what your life would be like in 10 years time? Watch your thoughts and feelings. Your dominant thoughts and emotions give you an indication of what your life will be like in the future.  Your thoughts activate the forces around you to create an outward condition that matches. Your thoughts generate how you feel too. All your thoughts create who you are and what you do.

Activate positivity and you will succeed in enriching your life. Quite frankly, you will create a life you love when you’re radiating positivity.

Business owners often carry a lot of stress. A husband and wife team came to me for positivity coaching. The wife had a positive mindset and was focused on improving their life and their business. The husband was stuck in negativity and the stress and pressures of being ‘the boss’. The cause of the negative mindset was rooted in the belief that if you don’t work hard in business you’ll fail. The burden of possible failure was a huge burden to carry. As the husband he had the responsibility to his family to keep the business running successfully. BUT, while the business was running fairly smoothly his health was degenerating. In 10-15 years time he would have serious health problems – perhaps heart problems from the level of stress and frustration he carried.

Any ingrained, long-held habit can be transformed with a new positive thought and behaviour pattern. After a long discussion about their usual family and business routine we identified some areas in which they could activate positivity. 1) Instead of carrying around frustrated thoughts about work: think positively and see problems as an opportunity to learn and grow, 2) Be determined to have regular family time during the week (Activating amusement, joy, gratitude and serenity), 3) Do something you enjoy doing for yourself each day whether that be watching a comedy, reading a book or exercising (Activating amusement, joy, serenity, peace).

Activating positivity has many health benefits. It’s easy to do. It only takes a determined person to wonder, “How can I feel good every day?” “What can I do to really enjoy my life?” “How can I feel more peaceful and serene? Or more amused and joyful? Or feel gratitude and hope?” And would you believe there is A LOT of research proving the many benefits of activating positivity – download the PDF here.



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