Positive thinkers get positive results because they are not afraid of problems.
Ken Blanchard and Norman Vincent Peale
The Power of Ethical Management
I know the minute you mention the word ‘problem’ the implication is that you are speaking negatively. But some don’t see it that way.
People often asked Norman Vincent Peale, "Don’t you think life would be better if we had fewer problems?" Norman would answer that question by saying, "I’ll be happy to take you to Woodlawn Cemetery because the only people I know who don’t have any problems are dead."
Norman felt it was possible that the more problems you have, the more alive you were. "If you have no problems at all," he would say "you’re in grave jeopardy!" In fact, if you really insisted that you had no problems, he would suggest that you immediately race home, go straight to your bedroom and slam the door. Then get down on your knees and pray: "What’s the matter, Lord? Don’t you trust me anymore? Give me some problems!"
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