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Comments in the original Publication: July 22,2010

Good sharing on the 9 points of habitual negative thought. I found that it is very relevant to describe my feeling during my day-to-day activities either at workplace or home. Internal mind conflict management is crucial to ensure we stay on course to the happy life.

Posted by: Kelvin | July 23, 2010 at 01:35 AM

Awe-inspiring reflection. Those 9 points are quite remarkable. It reminds me of my life 13 years ago. When I moved into this silicon valley cum cosmo city about 13 years back, as a girl from a place which was a half-town and half-village, I had tough time fighting these 9 points. The BKM is talk-to-yourself. I literally mean talking aloud to our ownself. That really helped fighting down these 9 points and I've shared it in many of the sessions including the recent strength finders session that I attended as a team building activity.

Posted by: G3B | July 23, 2010 at 06:27 AM

We become what we think about! -Earl Nightingale
This is so true and this article has some great points. You know, sometimes we are our own worst enemies. But, we can also our own best allies. And it all starts with a simple thought: believe in yourself! You are a wonderful creature in this world and no one else is like you. Possibilities lie ahead you. You just need to think you can ... and you will!
Great story!!

Posted by: Fab | July 23, 2010 at 09:51 AM

This was a good one... liked the points..

Posted by: ALK | July 23, 2010 at 10:25 AM


Love this one and a good reminder now and again. Besides impacting yourself, positive or negative thinking is also contagious to others.


As a college student currently attempting to navigate life with minimal parental interference, I needed this.

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