The expectation of success can lead to both failure and success of the new venture. However, an unusual positivism makes us understand and believe that whatever happens, we must maintain hope. Without this extraordinary positivism, you will tend to play the safety card.

Then he who had received one talent came and said, Lord, I knew that you are a hard man, who reaps where you do not sow, and who gathers where you do not have. valve; I was afraid, and I went to hide your talent in the ground; behold, take what is yours. » Matthew 25:24-25

This is the account of three men who were entrusted with talents. One of them was so negative and naive about the likely gain that he went and buried his talent. The other two believed in the possibility of prosperity and we see the result. Someone said: “Those who think they can, can.” Isaac Watts also said: “Every opinion appears to a man as if written in rays of sunlight.” »

In other words, you must see your ideas as a great light capable of disrupting your routine and bringing things to manifestation.

Outstanding positivity doesn’t mean reality can’t catch up with you, but it helps you hold your head high and know that good things are coming.
Outstanding positivity doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take into account everything necessary to make your dream come true. “For which of you, if he wants to build a tower, does not first sit down to calculate the cost and see if he has enough to complete it, lest after he has laid the foundation he will not be able to finish it, and all who see it begin to mock him, saying: This man began to build, and was not able to finish? »
Luke 14:28-30

Unusual positivity comes from the passion you have for what you do. This leads you to look for anything that can help you achieve your dream as best as possible.
Unusual positivism and risk-taking are very similar. There is a direct link between the level of risk, the probability of the laws of success and the area of wealth creation. The greater the risk, the greater the benefit; likewise the greater is the loss where there is a failure.

Unusual positivism requires that you talk about your vision to the right people, emotionally balanced people, so you don’t get too carried away. You need people who share your views, see your dream and feel your passion. Avoid those who are risk averse so as not to get discouraged. Some people never want to move forward.

Unusual positivism should never lead you to make plans on money you don’t have, estimate the profit you haven’t made and start building on such hopes.

This should not lead you to build your dreams on money that you have not yet received…

This text is an extract from the book “The 33 Irrevocable Laws of Wealth Creation” written by Matthew Ashimolowo.

We invite you to read the following article “THE LAW OF SMALL BEGINNINGS“.

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