Why I Choose to Be Positive


I choose to be positive because that means I’m around positive people.

I choose to be positive because I’m just fine not being around negativity.

I choose to be positive because it impacts others for the better.

I choose to be positive because it’s nicer to think of what can happen instead of what can’t.

I choose to be positive because positive thinking begets possibilities while negative thinking begets roadblocks.

I choose to be positive because I don’t want to be someone who complains about everything and anything.

I choose to be positive because negativity is overwhelming while positivity is uplifting.

I choose to be positive because I work with people, both children and adults, who deserve some sunshine.

I choose to be positive because the other option stinks.

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2 responses to “Why I Choose to Be Positive

  1. Hi Matt,
    This is very nice. May I print it out and put it up in my classroom so everyone can read it, too? It’s an encouraging reminder, especially for my students who struggles with their challenges at school 🙂

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