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And that includes Anthony Robbins.
I’ve noticed that some people are too afraid to think realistically or to even have mildly negative thoughts in the fear that they may attract bad circumstances into their life.
That’s fairly true if you’re a chronic whinger or a mega life cynic.
But there are times where you’ve gotta pull your head out of your behind and face the music.
There is a difference between being positive and being blissfully ignorant. And it’s a fine line.
Do people who think positively all the time (or try to anyway), never experience bad days? If you think happy thoughts forever, will you never get sick or die? Of course not.