Positive Communication|You are what you think

by Betty Lochner on October 19, 2011

Positive Thoughts = Positive Communication

It’s a scientifically proven fact that we use only about 6% of our brains. Albert Einstein supposedly used 10% of his. That leaves an awful lot of untapped brain power.

Consider what we’ve accomplished with the little bit of brain power we’ve been using since the dawn of man. Now think about the possibilities of what we could achieve!

Positive thinking, (in pop culture today it’s often referred to as The Law of Attraction), works on the premise that we’re capable of determining what we have and how we live with the power of our psychic energy.  The same is true of positive communication. If we communicate in a positive way, we will attract positive energy to our lives.

The idea is that we’re able to direct our mental abilities –  our thoughts – toward our goals and desires and obtain them.

This ability isn’t something that’s easily obtained. Most people have spent their lives believing that the world affects them. Not the other way around.

Whether they’re conscious or not, our thoughts do determine what and who we are. And, positive thoughts lead to positive communication – the most powerful communication tool that you have – ready and waiting for your positive thoughts to show the way.

You’ll see that your positive thoughts really do equal positive communication and a positive, fulfilling life!  Sound too good to be true? Practice positive communication on a regular basis and just see what happens.


Betty Lochner, Cornerstone Coaching & Training
Betty Lochner is the Owner of Cornerstone Coaching & Training. She specializes in personal and organizational transformation and is the author of Dancing with Strangers: Communication skills for transforming your life at work and at home.

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Betty Lochner October 21, 2011 at 10:26 pm

Thanks for making such a great point, Phyllis. Positive listening is just as, if not more, important!

2 Phyllis Goldberg October 21, 2011 at 9:52 pm

I agree that positive thoughts most often lead to positive communication. Another component is positive listening – that is, truly paying attention without judging, criticizing or preparing a response.

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