Carnival of Positive Thinking

Welcome to the August 5, 2007 edition of positive thinking.

Maria Palma presents A Journey From Negativity to Positivity posted at The Good Life, saying, “Discover the beauty in everything and realize that for every setback, obstacle, or tragedy that happens in our lives, something positive comes from it.”

Anna presents What Motivates You? posted at The Engaging Brand

Kara-Leah Masina presents Pain will always exist – but suffering is optional posted at K-L Masina, saying, “Life will always contain pain – physical pain, emotional pain and mental pain. Acceptance of this pain, and allowing this pain to be what it is in our life does not mean however that we need to suffer. Suffering is different from pain – it is the story we weave in our minds about the pain event. And it’s completely optional.”

James Bishop presents Work and Stress: Having a Life, not an Illness posted at Finding Optimism, saying, “A two-fold answer to tackling stress at work.”

Joanne Tai presents You can?t help others without helping yourself posted at I’m Happy Fish.

Tupelo Kenyon presents Don’t Take it Personally posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, “Why do people criticize? It’s not about you – it’s about them. When you get criticized, here’s what to do with it – don’t take it personally. Praise can be just as harmful (but sneakier) – don’t take it personally.

John Hill presents Dealing with Nerves posted at Attracting People.com.

MabelandHarry presents Positive Thinking posted at MabelandHarry 

Warren Wong presents How To See More Clearly (Part I)posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, “Do you want to see more clearly without glasses or LASIK? Here’s what I’ve tried, and what the results are.”

Aaron M. Potts presents The Powerful Problem with Positive Thinking posted at Today is that Day.

Joseph presents how to attain sucess posted at Self Help and Personal Development.

Jane Chin presents A Danger of “Too Much Experience” posted at On Careers and Life.

Alex Blackwell presents Keep an open mind posted at The Next 45 Years.

Craig Harper presents Like a Kid in a Candy Store. posted at Renovate your life with Craig, saying, “How long is it since you got genuinely excited about something?For some of us, it’s years.”

Joey Rosario presents 7 Ways To Think And Remain Poor posted at Own Your Life With Joey Rosario.

Elena presents How to Write a Personal Mission Statement posted at busybeemama.com.

Patricia Singleton presents The Most Influencial Person—#3—Recovery posted at Spiritual Journey of a Lightworker, saying, “This is a story of gratitude for a friend that, even though I only knew her for 3 years before she was murdered, I still feel the effects of her friendship upon my life.”

Raymond David Salas presents How to Discover Your Destiny posted at ZenChill.com Power Tools Blog.

Scott Lee presents Design Your Life, Like a Paint Brush posted at Scott Free Thinking.

Barbra Sundquist presents Freedom from Worry: What I Learned From My Sister’s Illness posted at WelcomeJoy.com.

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    • http://patriciasingleton.blogspot.com Patricia – Spiritual Journey Of A Lightworker

      Thanks for hosting this carnival and including my article. I look forward to reading all of the great articles.

    • http://busybeemama.com Elena from BusyBeeMama.com

      Hi Anna,

      Thank you for featuring my article “How to Write a Personal Mission Statement” in this edition of the Carnival! I’m looking forward to reading the other interesting article in this edition and will be linking back in my Monday Roundup.

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    • http://www.todayisthatday.com/blog/ Aaron M. Potts

      Anna,

      Thanks for including my post in this edition of the carnival. To help get exposure for this carnival, I have added it to Stumbleupon and Digg.

      If you or any of the other authors want to help this page get more exposure (thus getting more exposure for each author), here are the direct links where people can vote for this page at Stumbleupon and Digg:

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    • http://gratitudebliss.com Urayoan Paz

      Yes. I truly believe that happiness can be taught and that it’s something that you can get with Gratitude. Generating Gratitude Energy should be a habitual exercise. It’s a bit difficult at first, But once you get in the flow, many other benefits will follow. Not just contentment, but abundance as well.

      May your days be filled with Gratitude Energy ;-D

      -U