PosiWord ~ Posiminder


Origin ~ PI Group Founder ~ Victor Sinclair

Definition  A deliberate placement of a memory trigger to remind oneself to keep their focus on Positivity, or a positive task one is trying to accomplish like losing weight or using a more positive vocabulary.

Usage;  John places a small picture of a happy face in the middle of his odometer on his car dashboard to remind him to consciously let five drivers into the stream of traffic each commute in rush-hour making him a PosiDriver.

Usage;  Sarah place 5 Positive Words on her fridge, on her desk at work and in a pop-up note on her lap-top to help reminder her to use them often.

PosiWord Poisminder _ Positive Imperative

More on PosiWords…………..

Positive Words Create a Positive Mind

Vocabuleverage, optimism, road-nice, accentuactivity, biophilia, vocabuleverage, joy, midsight, jubilingo, awe, outernationalist, exstatisfy, serene, positibilitarian, gratitude, forgiveness, yes, patience, perseverance, UPower, harmony and PosiRipple, are some of the many PosiWords that you can look up.   (see below).

Your own words are the bricks and mortar  of the dreams you want to realize.Your words are the greatest power you have. The words you choose and their use establish the life you experience.  ~ Sonia Croquette ~

Driving awareness to the importance of PosiWords in Positive communication.

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We must balance our natural human wiring toward negative thinking. Our brains are naturally wired like velcro for negativity and teflon to positivity. So become a possibilitarian and see something good in every situation – is what we have to do! Say 100 PosiWords before letting that negative one creep in.

Cheers!  ~ David Schmelzer PI Officer of PosiWords!

PosiWord of the week. And that's the Positive Imperative.

A Recent Study says kids hear 432 Negative Statements to 32 Positive Statements ~ Jack Canfield

Thus the importance of PosiWords! Part of the idea of PosiWords, it to use seldom used words in a positive context to replace far too often words in a negative context. IE: Mindful for Mindless or thoughtless as in to “BE” mindful to “accentuate” the positive




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