Zero Negativity: The Power of Positive Thinking
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This book was a really great read, especially as a first read of the year. Although it was simple and somewhat obvious at times, it made me realise that things don't need to be overly complex and sometimes you need that reminder of how to practice positivity as we often forget its significance. There are times when life feels like it has you cornered: financial difficulties, relationship issues, work problems, all of the above. Every one of us, at one time or another, will have to face up to the challenges that come our way. And there are two ways of meeting them: negatively, where blame is the answer, where other people are at fault, where you haven’t been treated fairly. Or positively, where you own the situation, learn and grow from it, and become a better person at the end of it. Our embroidery thread is manufactured in the UK or in the "green city" of Freiburg, Germany. It is made with recycled water, uses 60% less water than standard embroidery, and contains no hazardous substances which are often used in the dye process. Using this kind of embroidery maintains the organic certification of our products.The people who love you will offer you constructive criticism, because they want you to be the best version of yourself that you can be. They know you’re better than that. They know what you’re worth. They’re not having a pop because they want to bring you down a peg or two.” We’re all energy sources. Some people radiate positive energy, others blast out negativity. Make sure you surround yourself with the most positive individuals you can.
Zero Negativity: The Power of Positive Thinking – HarperCollins Zero Negativity: The Power of Positive Thinking – HarperCollins
If you enjoyed ‘Fear Bubble’, you will definitely enjoy this! Middleton uses examples from his time in the military and new-found ‘celebrity’ to showcase how he’s dealt with and overcome challenges. His zero negativity approach is a refreshing antidote to the ‘weak and woke’ mantra. I challenge you not to find some great ‘aha moments’ that you can apply to your own life. Relevant to all ages.
Rounding off Middleton's "Mindset Trilogy" we have Zero Negativity. As a massive fan of the first two books, First Man In and The Fear Bubble, I found this to be a great continuation and finale. First Man In focuses on Ants life, in The Fear Bubble we explored his soul, and here, finally, we have an in-depth analysis of his mindset and outlook on life. He offers strong advice on how to remain positive in the worst of situations, and how a positive mindset can make a seemingly impossible situation end in success, in a multitude of ways. I loved how you could hear Ant's voice as you read through the passages and see how he is within his everyday life thanks to Emilie. It was reassuring and a perfect reminder of the importance of having positivity present within your life, even if it starts as something small because eventually it will grow into something bigger. The book has made me think a lot about what positivity is, how it is being used and what I can do to keep exploring and implementing it in my everyday life. It has made me reflect on negative experiences I have had and flipping it around to find those positives, no matter how bad a situation is because something can always be taken away from it. It has made me be honest with myself and want to be honest with myself. Learn how you can create opportunities to make a real difference in your own life and the lives of everyone you talk to.