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Be optimistic and live longer

Have you wanted to live healthier and have a fuller, more rewarding life? Welcome to the club. I think we all do deep down inside us is this want for more. So how do we go from desire to reality?

Bear with me and come along for this ride, where we will explore how this is possible.

The incredible thing is that we all have this within us, as we can make a difference in how we relate to this crazy reality that we call life. So we do hold power to produce real, lasting change.


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You see, we are super powerful, each one of us. It’s not some pill or a fancy new drug that will lead us to the most incredible place that we can be.


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This is where I believe so many of us go wrong, and we unknowingly fall into the negative. Unfortunately, we get there sometimes without even knowing we are on the path of negativity.

Stop comparing yourself to others and, instead, start looking into yourself. So you see, we hold that power to effect real positive change, but we must take steps to get there.

It’s not easy, and you may find it challenging, but when we start to question why we are the way we are, it is the only way to get to be the best version of ourselves that we possibly can.


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Nobody else is going to do this for you. No amount of visits to the doctor to get the newest magic pill will do it for us either.

Let me tell you, I smoked for many years, in the range of 15 years, and I one day asked myself, why am I doing this? What makes me want this?

It wasn’t until I started asking myself those questions that I could quit. This is what it took, and I had to look deep into why I kept doing this lousy addiction, and only once I did that was I able to quit.

The same with losing weight. Why am I gaining weight? What behavior am I partaking in that’s making me gain weight? Again, it’s all decisions, and I tie optimism intimately into “winning,” so to speak.

You can be much more potent of a person, but you have to ask yourself these questions.


how being optimistic can change your life


Change your behaviour… literally

People don’t just magically gain weight; it’s what you are doing, it’s your behavior, it’s what you are doing to make yourself fat.


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Many of the lies or, better yet, the excuses we are given pertain to us not questioning the behavior that is making us continue into the destructive behaviors leading us to gain weight and become harmful.

Why is this? Because we are not winning, you see we need to win, which gives us optimism and pushes us to be better.

If you are here reading this right now, I’m sorry to tell you that what you are doing now is not working for you. Why else would you be seeking change?


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Ask yourself, what am I doing, where do I want to be, and how will I get there. There is no magical solution, and it doesn’t exist. What you are doing is not working, and you need to find out why the only way it can happen is if you seriously question why it isn’t working for you.

Every single doctor, every single person out there, would instead try to sell you something then tell you that you need to figure out what’s going on with you. Once you do this, you can start on the path to winning.

So how to get to where you want to be? First, question what it is that got you where you are now. It’s the only way to dig deep into yourself and remember that winning creates optimism, which helps you live a better life.

You have the power, and you stick to yourself no matter what anyone else is doing.


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