As a health coach, part of my biggest responsibility is to help you see the “silver lining”.
Genetically, we are predispositioned to see the world through a negative lens. This has historically served us, because in our earlier days, danger lurked at just about every corner. Today, however, more and more people are seeing the healing and manifestation that follows being positive.
One powerful way to hunt for the good is to practice gratitude. Being grateful, even in challenging times, helps us take accountability, put things into perspective, and helps us to respond rather than react.
Being positive, when done so responsibly and honestly, builds our confidence and offers us serenity even when dealing with chaotic situations.