I’ll be happy when…

Brad Stanton —  December 8, 2012 — 33 Comments

It is easy to get into the habit of thinking “I’ll be happy when…

I get married00014
I have kids
I get out of this marriage
my kids leave home
I get a promotion
I get well
my kids behave better

Why not be happy today? Psychologists and success coaches say that the thoughts you are thinking right now and today are creating your future. The feelings you are feeling now and today are creating your thoughts and actions that create your future. Emotion causes motion, in other words, when we feel strongly about something, we take action.

Nothing positive ever came from thinking negative.” ~Many people

Many good things come from thinking positive. Dr. Norman Vincent Peale wrote many books and traveled around the world giving speeches about the power of positive thinking. He saw many people changed for the better by the power. He himself was a very timid person until a college professor took him aside one day and told him to get rid of his timid nature. The professor told him that he was smart and hardworking, and would go far in life if he would get rid of his pessimism and timidity. At first, Peale was very upset about what the professor had said. But after he let the words sink in, he began to realize the professor was right. Peale began to slowly change, and never forgot how important it is to believe in yourself, to have faith in your abilities.

In the book Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Positive, James Scott Bell writes about meeting Dr. Peale. He said it was a day that changed his life. Bell and his wife came to a point in their life when they began to wonder why everything was going wrong. Then Bell began thinking about positive thinking and shared the idea with his wife. They both began to think positive instead of negative and soon their life had turned around.

I realize that some people’s problems are so difficult that a little positive thinking won’t help. But maybe a lot of positive thinking will. Morris Goodman, who was seriously injured in an airplane crash, could not breathe without a machine, or swallow, walk, talk or do anything except blink his eyes. But he had extraordinary faith that he could walk out of that hospital by Christmas. No one believed that he could do it, especially not the doctors. But because of his amazing faith he learned how to talk, eat and swallow, walk and live a rather normal life.

Brad Stanton


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33 responses to I’ll be happy when…


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      if the solution has never been to look in uelrsf how is it that you expect to find it anywhere else?? theres a reason why no1 will give you the answer cause only the people can answer their problems they just come down n give up dont get me wrong if cds is ur way of helping uelrsf the go 4 it but i no need to tell people what to do just my opinion n also fuck ADD or ADHD i think its all bullshit its just ur personality n glasses bullshit as well you can improve your eyes reguard of what ppl say


      Be careful tankig medical advice from Yahoo Answers.Some of the answers to your last question were bizarre, especially the one about masturbation causing torsion of the testis.One testis larger than the other may be a result of mumps, but you should seek proper medical advice about this in your case.Sperm count tests involve examining a fresh semen sample. They are not expensive as tests go, but obviously require some privacy to produce. Talk to your doctor about this.


    I really agree with this. For every negative comment/thought there is a positive one. And which makes you happier ??? It’s like the “Glass half full/half empty ” situation. We only live every single minute once! We need to be positive.


    Reblogged this on Lollipops and Lipstick and commented:
    Living for now! Being positive! Definitely the key to happiness! We only live every day, every hour, every minute once! Lets not waste any if it with negative thoughts. It’s a bit like the “Glass half full/Half empty situation.


    This is SO true ! Being positive and living te moment makes such a difference to how you feel and how well you function. I’ve re blogged !


    Reblogged this on Hi" I'm Judi.


      The type of physician I would like to work for is a Pediatrician. Pediatrician’s seicpalty is to work with children. I have been working with children for a long time mainly because I work at a daycare facility. I’ve got to a point where I feel like I can handle anything that will come my way with them. It would also leave me feeling good at the end of the day to know that I have helped in some way to make a child feel better.The type of physician I would not care to work for is a Epidemiologist. Epidemiologist’s specialize in epidemics caused by infections agents and also work with sexually transmitted diseases. I feel if I were to work in this type of seicpalty I would be putting my self at risk of exposure to these infectious agents. Also I would be focusing a lot of my time on trying to not get infected instead of having a steady mind on what I was actually supposed to be doing.


      i like this kinda SHIT i think its cool really hard when you get in a saeerno where its overly neg. and it seems like it destroys all your pos. thoughts b/c you say ok let me view this other perspective and find the good in it when in acuality it is perverting your positive memory and thought so please help me i live with these people and have a hard time making money to get out on my own its not that they are bad people at all its just so deep with a fixed ruined thought on a


    All problems has an opposite – solution. All objects and subjects are transient in nature – enjoy ;)

    One good thing has come out of the “negative” thinking: “A common ground for people to meet up and look towards higher purposes while working together. An insight that negativity simply ain’t a way of living – A non-acceptance of limitations and littleness.”

    Thank you for a great post.


    I had never thought of timidity being linked to pessimism, but there can be a link! Wow! Nice work. Nice post.


    Hello Brad, I have nominated you for Blog of the Year 2012 Award. I have truly enjoyed your blog. http://findingorderincorpusa.wordpress.com/2012/12/09/blog-of-the-year-2012-award/


      wow, thanks so much, and I love your blog.


      Thanks for every one of your efforts on this web site. My mom takes purlsaee in going through investigations and it’s obvious why. Almost all notice all about the compelling mode you render both useful and interesting guides via your web blog and even boost contribution from website visitors about this subject and our favorite child is truly understanding a lot of things. Have fun with the remaining portion of the new year. You have been conducting a splendid job.


    great post…ive learned the same. and plus being positive will make others see how beneficial it is to become the same way!


    Very inspirational post. Thanks for reminding us about thinking positively. :-)


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