Choose Your Thoughts Wisely
You may not be able to choose the thoughts that pop into your head, but you do decide what thoughts you dwell upon. According to the National Science Foundation, the average person has 12,000 to 50,000 thoughts per day. The vast majority of these thoughts are pure nonsense.
The subject of our thinking becomes important when we realize the following formula. Thoughts create emotions, emotions create behavior, and behavior is what produces our results—good or bad.
As a thought “pops” into our minds, we decide to dwell upon it, or charge it, and then the process of creation begins. If you want different results in your life, you may want to begin managing what you’re thinking about, most of the time.
When a negative, or counter-productive thought enters your mind, deliberately change it to something happier. This can be done around any situation. It isn’t “positive thinking.” In reality, it’s life management from the top down.
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