Why It's So Hard to Be Positive

When you try to become positive, you have a similar internal conflict. You will almost always see what's wrong before you see what's right, because your brain has a negative bias. But notice something: With a little practice on the chart above, you can say the right color. It just takes some practice.

And you can also learn to recognize your brain's negative bias and yet not be infected by it. It frees you to look at the world with fresh eyes. To see the beauty, the good, the right. To see your own strength. To see possibility rather than only barriers.

It only takes practice. And the most concentrated, effective form of practice is to Undemoralize Yourself.

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