Carnival of Positive Thinking

As normal at Widows Quest on a Sunday, we ask people to submit articles to help us fight our loneliness, our bereavement or our depression – enjoy this weeks!

Anna presents The Power of Living Your Life Again and Again and Again! posted at The Engaging Brand

Stephen Martile presents 7 Ways to Create the Abundance Mindset posted at FreedomEducation.ca by Stephen Martile, saying, “Here are 7 ways to create the abundance mindset:”

Ajay presents Power of Positive Talk by Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam posted at Article-Links, saying, “Once a space scientist, then a missile man and then a president of India. None other that Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam talks about Power of Positive Talk.”

Chris Edgar presents The Power Of Silent Conversation posted at Purpose Power Coaching, saying, “Many people’s biggest fear around interacting with others is that they’re going to “run out of things to say” and create a bad impression with their silence. However, while silence makes it harder for us to control the impression we create, it also opens the way to deeper and more fulfilling relating with people. When we release our need to fill the space in conversations with meaningless chatter, or manipulate and distract others with our words, we gain access to a dimension of human relationships most of us rarely, if ever, experience.”

Andy presents 7 Roadblocks to Success posted at Personal Hack, saying, “The most common roadblocks in success to accomplishing your financial, relationships or fitness goals.”

Mike Salara presents How To Stick Up For Someone Else posted at Mike Salara.

Cornel presents 15 Ways to Celebrate Life posted at LifeMadeGreat Blog.

omguy presents Lose Yourself! posted at Ordinary Miracles, saying, “The surest way to happiness is to lose yourself in a cause greater than yourself”. But what does that really mean and why would anyone do it? The best way I can describe it is to”

Peter Murphy presents Interesting Topics of Conversation People Love To Talk About posted at Communication Skills Power.

Dereck presents This is the Greatest Week of My Life posted at I Will Not Die.

Alvaro Fernandez presents Brain Fitness 2: Sight & Sound, at PBS posted at SharpBrains, saying, “PBS just announced the second installment of their popular Brain Fitness Program show: “Join host Peter Coyote in “Brain Fitness 2: Sight & Sound,” the follow-up to “The Brain Fitness Program,” as he explores the brain’s ability to change and grow, even as we age, helping us maintain and improve our vision and hearing.”"

Byteful Travel presents How I Found Beauty in Late Autumn posted at Byteful Blog, saying, “There was no denying it: The climate was understandably depressing — but this time I did something different. I decided to channel that through my photography. I wanted to capture sheer unadulterated decay and death… of the plant variety, at least. This was my plan for catharsis. And by the end, I realized that even when your surroundings seem depressing and grim, there is still some beauty to be found within. (bunch of nature photos included)”

pnreddy presents 5 Effective Food Sources To Fight Against Depression! posted at Self Help Zone.

pnreddy presents Parents? Positive Attitude Influences Their Children posted at Self Help Zone.

pnreddy presents Maintain Healthy Relationship With Others To Enhance Happiness posted at Self Help Zone.

William James presents Priorities..Goals..Achievements posted at Internet Marketing | Information Marketing | Blog Marketing | Business Success.

GP presents Mayonnaise and Two Cuppa Joes « Manely Montana posted at Manely Montana, saying, “I was reminded…When things in your lives seem almost too much to handle, when 24 hours in a day are not enough, remember the mayonnaise jar and the 2 cups of coffee”

Erin Pavlina presents Celebrate Your Life Review and Experience posted at Erin Pavlina’s Blog, saying, “This past weekend I attended the Celebrate Your Life Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. This was the first time I attended this particular conference. The draw, for me, was an all-day workshop with spiritual medium, James Van Praagh.”

David B Bohl presents How to Change ?Why? into ?Why Not?? posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, “Unfortunately one of the most common phrases in our language is “I can’t.” People say, “I can’t be that,” “I can’t do that,” and “I can’t have that” more often than they realize. And more often than they would if they knew how it kept them from being open to the possibility for more in their lives.”

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    • http://byteful.com/blog byteful traveller

      Thanks for including an article from byteful.com in your carnival! I hope people enjoy it.

    • Becky

      Great list. I especially love David B Bohl’s comment about people saying “I Can’t” all of the time- this is something that my kids try saying a lot. I usually stop them and remind them that they can. With the world the way it is right now we need all of the positive thinking helps that we can get. I just finished reading a great book, “Wrestling with the Goddess,” by Azeem Kayum, which was a very inspirational book for me.