21 Things Positive People Do Not Do

Imagine if everybody was positiveImagine living in a world where only positivity existed, a world where people got on with what they had to do and didn’t worry about anything else.

  1. Positive people do not believe in luck.
  2. Positive people do not blame other people for their actions.
  3. Positive people do not base their opinions on assumptions.
  4. Positive people do not imagine people are talking negatively about them behind their back.
  5. Positive people do not believe in a, “something for nothing,” ideology.
  6. Positive people do not entertain negative thoughts.
  7. Positive people do not entertain negative people, more than once.
  8. Positive people do not live in the past.
  9. Positive people do not worry about pleasing everybody.
  10. Positive people do not fear being alone.
  11. Positive people do not make the same mistake twice.
  12. Positive people do not resent other people’s successes.
  13. Positive people do not believe in instant success.
  14. Positive people do not worry about things they can’t control.
  15. Positive people do not worry about getting sick.
  16. Positive people do not fear change.
  17. Positive people do not take uncalculated risks.
  18. Positive people do not have unrealistic goals.
  19. Positive people do not feel sorry for themselves.
  20. Positive people do not adopt other people’s insecurities.
  21. Positive people do not give up on themselves.

Everybody will experience moments in their life they would prefer not to experience; positive people do not dwell on those moments; they focus on the all the moments when things worked out for them in a positive way. “That’s the power of positivity.”

Only positive people will share this post with their friends because they know this is a list of things they do not do.

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About BrendanDunne

Sharing my life experience, one post at a time.
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