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Glass half full.

Cliché, huh?

You already know what I'm going to say...

There are two ways you can perceive a situation.

The glass is half empty, or it's half full.

Negative, or positive.

In an ideal world, you'd love the glass to always feel full...

To radiate a positive energy even when things aren't going your way.

But this isn't something that "just happens", it's a mindset that you cultivate over an extended period of time.

And that comes down to the habit that you engrain.

Picture it like a points system:

Every time you perceive the glass as half empty, you put a point on the negative side of the board.

Every time you perceive it half full, a point for the positive side.

Every score is a vote for the type of person you want to be, and the mindset you want to carry.

The more points you score on one side, the more likely you are to favour that side again.

Many will fall somewhere in the middle, a combination of the two.

But others will have become so accustomed to stacking points on the positive side that you can't empty their glass.

I repeat, you cannot empty their glass.

They are in control of their emotions no matter what life throws at them.

This starts with self-awareness.

Having read this you are now aware.

So next time you find yourself with this choice; think back to this moment, then decide what type of person you'd like to vote for.

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