May
25

2013

PosiWords ~ New PosiWord of the Week! ~ WILL



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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Preamble.

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

 


 

PosiWord of the week: WILL

 

Your “I CAN” is more important then your IQ
— Robin Sharma

 

PosiWord of the week is WILL. And that's the positive imperative.WILL noun \ˈwil\

Definition of WILL
1: desire, wish: as
a : disposition, inclination <where there’s a will there’s a way>
b : appetite, passion
c : choice, determination
2
a : something desired; especially : a choice or determination of one having authority or power
b (1) archaic : request, command (2) [from the phrase our will is which introduces it] : the part of a summons expressing a royal command
3: the act, process, or experience of willing : volition
4
a : mental powers manifested as wishing, choosing, desiring, or intending
b : a disposition to act according to principles or ends
c : the collective desire of a group <the will of the people>
5: the power of control over one’s own actions or emotions <a man of iron will>
6: a legal declaration of a person’s wishes regarding the disposal of his or her property or estate after death; especially : a written instrument legally executed by which a person makes disposition of his or her estate to take effect after death
— at will
: as one wishes : as or when it pleases or suits oneself

Examples of WILL
In her will, she asked that her money be donated to the church.
He made a will only days before his death.
He has no will of his own.
a government that reflects the will of the people

Origin of WILL
Middle English, from Old English willa will, desire; akin to Old English wille
First Known Use: before 12th century

Related to WILL
Synonyms: continence, restraint, self-command, self-containment, self-control, self-discipline, self-government, self-mastery, self-possession, self-restraint, willpower

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