50,000 conversations with yourself each day – 80% of these are negative thoughts!

Negative thoughts…

Did you know that you have over 50,000 conversations with yourself each day?

It’s unbelievably true. Unfortunately, most of these conversations are about yourself, and according to research, 80% of these are negative thoughts.

This means we have over 40,000 negative thoughts each day.

We spend so much of our time telling ourselves we’re not good enough, not smart enough, not pretty enough, not strong enough, not creative enough, not talented enough.

You’ve got to silence thoughts negative thoughts…

negative thoughts cartoon with Captain Positive who is arguing with a cloud that is having negative thoughts also a cartoon of a dog

Motivational cartoon – The best mistakes to learn from are the ones others have made.

Here’s another motivational cartoon extract from the book ‘Helping You To Smile Your Way To Success!’ written by Peter Sinclair and illustrated with my cartoons….

‘The best mistakes to learn from are the ones others have made.’

Why repeat a mistake when you can sidestep it? Learn this way and you will not be inflicted with the wounds of a life lived by chance. Live your life by plan. For a life that is lived this way will be one that is not bumping along from one accident to the next. You will instead be going from peak to peak, climbing ever higher towards your goals and dreams. Make success your hallmark, because you not only live your life with understanding, but with also a dose of wisdom and common sense. Think and then think some more. Plan and then plan some more. Chart your course with insight and then walk it with boldness. Success is yours. Go get it with all your might and never lose the art of learning from all the circumstances that you face.

motivational cartoon of a motorbike that has run into a wall/crashed. Another motorbike which has a dog sat on the back seat serve missing the crash. Learn from others mistakes.

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Good Morning Richard,

I train college students to be Lifeguards and quality employees.  Most have just gotten their freedom so it is my job to keep them focused on the goal whether that is for a day, week, of after graduation.  I try to instill information that will awaken their talents in the way of kindness, joy, love, honor , integrity and keeping their word.  Most of these students have never had any time management classes so that is another aspect of what I do.  Of course, our ultimate goal is to have no drowning in the pool and to teach as many people as possible about teaching their children to swim at an early age.  Your cartoons brings attention to some of these in a humorous way.  Thank you for sharing and caring. I look forward to Fridays. Sincerely, Sondra Ramsour

motivational cartoon of two carpenters who are building Noah's Ark which is in the background. Never be afraid to do something new. Remember amateurs built Noah's Ark and professionals built the Titanic.

Did You Know The Mind Doesn’t Hear NEGATIVES!?

The Mind Doesn’t Hear NEGATIVES!?

Negatives, the mind doesn't see or hear negatives

To Be Successful – You Have To Get Out Of Your Own Way!

Motivational cartoon to illustrate – stop making excuses and negative thinking!

How many times a day do you undermine your own route to success? How many times do you say things like…”I have so much on at the moment!” “I’m not confident enough to do that!” “It’ll never work – it’s too complicated!”

cartoon motivator, get out of your own way, most excuses for underachievement are figments of your imagination. motivational cartoon quote, success cartoon

Well, if you’re saying these negative excuses it’s time to stop! Break through those negative thought. Get out of your own way to success!

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