PositivityChange Post : Issue 54 : I am (Positively) Back!

I am so happy to announce that www.positivitychange.com is back up and running! I am very happy to be back up because it is nothing like having your own stuff! I feel lighter because I am in control of my platform. Yes, I love our Facebook page but nothing is better than having your own stuff. Optimism in October!

Read new and oldy but goody articles on www.positivitychange.com

New on the site: The Importance of Support: http://positivitychange.com/2017/10/the-importance-of-support/

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PositivityChange Post : Issue 28: Spring Into Positivity

Happy April everyone! I am so grateful for April because things have started picking up since March. I want to keep this momentum going. I want to do the same with PositivityChange Post!

First we need to do some sprucing up. We spring clean our houses and cars but what about our digital devices? On April 1st, I transferred all of my videos and files that I wouldn’t use in this second quarter onto Google Drive. Use this second quarter to spring clean your data! Read here for more information!

Spring Into Positivity

We here at PositivityChange.com want to spring into more positivity this second quarter especially if your first quarter was in the dumps. We want you to experience more positive change in your personal and professional lives.

Gabrielle Bernstein wrote in Positively Positive about 3 ways to spring into positivity. 

Sometimes you are in a funk because it is April and your year (thus far) is going according to plan. It happens. Here is an article introducing a 9-step plan towards springing into happiness! 

PositivityChange’s Second Quarter

We are going to focus a whole lot on developing this email list. You will receive more articles and case studies to enhance your positive change. We want to be a part of your growth and development.

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This Week in Positive Change Management: Positive Attitude Month Resources

As you know October is positive attitude month. We here at PositivityChange.com have culminated this week’s top three resources to help you stay positive throughout this entire week:

  1. about.com: Make the Most Of Positive Attitude Month: http://stress.about.com/od/Holidays-and-Observances-for-Stress-Management/fl/Make-the-Most-of-Positive-Attitude-Month.htm
  2. Self-Growth: October is Positive Attitude Month http://www.selfgrowth.com/articles/October_is_Positive_Attitude_Month_Tips_for_Maintaining_a_Positive_Attitude.html
  3. Self-Starter Zone: http://www.selfstarterzone.com/national-positive-attitude-month/

Bishop T.D. Jakes’ Destiny Book Review

T.D. Jakes’ Destiny book is supposed to take off where Instinct left off but Destiny did more than that. Destiny supplied the blueprint towards taking full advantage of the window of opportunity is still open. My favorite part of the book is surviving the horror movie. Oftentimes in life, when you grow your former crew, they become zombies trying to repossess your soul and kill your dreams. I identify with this in my life. It can look like the Michael Jackson Thriller music video.

Bishop Jakes also discusses what happens after the horror movie and very few people delve into this transitional period once your destiny is realized. Jakes understands that the reader needs new skills to adapt to this new environment. His book Destiny masterfully guides you through the paradigm shift towards fulfilling you.

s.Bishop T.D. Jakes' Destiny Book Cover

Inaugural Post – Positivity Change

                I came up with this site based on an experience I had with a positivity website. This website posted an article of managing change. The change it mentioned was negative. Having 4 promotions in 9 years, most of my change had been positive. I posted this into the article’s comment section. The author’s acknowledged that positive change existed and it too had to be managed. Immediately, that’s when it hit me that there was a void that needed to be filled. Everyone discussed negative change but no one talked about handling positive change. Positive change management required a different skill set because there were different issues. This site was mantra was to address how to handle positive change.