While gathering the research to use in our corporate workshops, I've discovered that positivity requires a great amount of grit. I've learned that positivity is determination to create a good life. It's not wishful thinking or hoping that something good will just happen. It's a process of interacting with negativity life throws our way. It's continual, conscious work. But I've personally found it's absolutely work worth doing.
I've just recently started working for PositiveIQ as a research assistant. I can already tell you that this is the best job I've had in my life. The work atmosphere here is wonderful and the PositiveIQ team is great. Everyone here is nice to you and makes you feel welcome and accepted. I already feel like an important part of the team and I know that our work will change lives positively in the future. I've never felt this unique sense of peace and self in a work environment. I can't wait for the company to grow so that I can recommend all of my friends to work here.
I thought I had my life figured out until I started working on this project. I have been pleasantly surprised by the positive impact the work that I have done has had on me as a person and my life as a whole. I have become a noticeably kinder, more attentive participant in all of my many relationships. I have infused my life with more moments of creativity, play and love. I realize now that even a "good" life has room for more positivity, more joy, and more success. I am grateful for the opportunity to bring the PositiveIQ philosophy into my work, my relationships, and my life.
Having the privilege to work at Positive IQ has exposed me to many subjects that I previously had no knowledge of. I can honestly say that learning about subjects like harmonious passion, self-discovery, intelligent discernment, etc. has changed my life for the better. I see the world in a different light, which at the start I would never have thought possible.
If you are skeptical about how the philosophy of Positive IQ could help you I would invite you to give it a try. It just might change the way you view the world.