Having a Positive Perspective

The way you view a situation has a huge impact on your performance. You may encounter events where you don’t have control over them, but you can control your reaction to it. Negative thoughts can exhaust your energy level, and present obstacles. Having a positive state of mind can build motivation, open up new possibilities, and provide a feeling of empowerment to your life. Any situation can appear negative or positive depending on how you choose to look at it.

” You must take personal responsibility. You cannot change the circumstances, the seasons, or the wind, but you can change yourself.” Jim Rohn.


Personal growth and fulfillment come from allowing yourself to change your focus from negative to positive, from problems to solutions. There are times when we all must perform in the face of adversity, but you still have the power over what you focus on within a situation. Spend your time with supportive people who share your vision, and for those who don’t, view it as a challenge to stay positive.


Amy Haller, Certified Sports Life Coach, provides years of experience in tennis sports psychology, tennis mental toughness training, and tennis team sports training programs. She has been involved in the professional sports and tennis world for the last 25 years as a tennis competitor, team tennis coach, and ambassador for future generations of peak performance athletes to come. Her passion is offering peak performance sports training for women, men, sports teams and business professionals.





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