Outcome: 21 Days

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Positive and Negative are both available in every given moment. As we experience circumstances in our lives, we make assessments of positive or negative based on the lens we are viewing the circumstance through. Our lens has been shaped and developed based on what we learned from other humans and our life experiences.

Be aware that NO MATTER what happened, positive and negative were both present in the moment you made your assessment through your lens. Making a negative assessment of something will never benefit you and it will never produce a positive return.

I am convinced that there is a next level of positivity for you no matter how positive or negative you have been. I also believe that it is possible to re-shape your lens to be able to see the positive more often than you do today. This process is referred to as neuroplasticity or rewiring your brain. All of the behaviors we demonstrate are the result of repetition. Your behaviors are not hard wired to you; you have developed them by practicing them over and over again.

It is possible to purposefully create new behaviors and reshape your lens to create greater successes in every area of your life.

Congratulations for taking the “I am Positive Challenge”. When you complete the challenge you will see the benefit of being more positive.

Once you begin the challenge, you must participate for 21 days straight. My coaching to you is to make a commitment to yourself to complete the process every day for 21 days so that you receive the optimal benefits of this challenge. I also recommend that you get yourself an Accountability Partner. The best time to complete this process is first thing in the morning, it will positively affect your entire day.

Here is your daily focus for 21 days:

  • Go to the I am Positive Challenge webpage to electronically journal your progress. Making a commitment to write down this information for the next 21 days gives you an opportunity to build a positive relationship with yourself, by keeping your promise to yourself to do this. It will also provide a record of your success.
  • Write 3 things you are grateful for today and why. When you focus on what’s going right and the positive things that you are experiencing, you will find that more of the same will show up for you daily. Whenever you deem something important, you will likely be surprised of how much it will continually show up in your life. Focus on selecting 3 new things every day.
  • A minimum of 20 minutes of some kind of physical exercise daily. Research conducted at UCLA demonstrated that exercise increased growth factors in the brain, making it easier for the brain to grow new neuronal connections.
  • 5-10 minutes meditating on the positive things you will do today will allow you to set your course for the day. Daily meditating on the positive things you will do will bring a sense of calm, clear, laser focus to start your day.
  • Catch at least 1 person doing something "right" and tell them what you observed. There are so many benefits to focusing on what is going “right” in your world that will help to reshape your lens and help you become more positive.

When you successfully complete this 21 day I am Positive Challenge, your life will potentially be transformed forever.


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