“That’s my gift: I let negativity roll off me like water off a duck’s back. If it’s not positive, I didn’t hear it. It you can overcome that, fights are easy.” – George Foreman
This is a wonderful quote by George Foreman and how he deals with negativity in his life. Much like George’s boxing matches, one must train in order to be free from negativity. In this case, it’s consciously training your mind to form positive, supportive, and uplifting beliefs. Once you take control and build a positive belief system, your life ultimately follows suit, creating more positive results and diminishing the negative.
Here are 11 powerful thoughts to remember to free yourself from negativity.
1. I am free to be myself.
Trying to become someone else when around other people is both unnatural and unnecessary. Not only that, it causes a lot of undue stress that you don’t need. Anyways, why would you need to pretend to besomeone else for people to like you? Who cares if they think badly about you anyways?
Bottom line: If someone can’t love and appreciate you for who you are, they aren’t worth having around in your life.
Originally posted on Power of Positivity.
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