About This Episode...
Possibly a slightly contentious one in some circles this episode, we are looking at why the constant un-ending drive to only ever look at the positive is actually harmful in many cases.
Sure, it’s great to look on the bright side, to count our blessings, and to see the good in whatever situation we find ourselves.
That does not mean, however, that we can simply ignore everyone else’s plights, deny their suffering, and tell them to loo on the bright side and cheer up!
Sometimes it is what they need to hear, sure.
And many other times it isn’t – it is toxic positivity which helps nobody who is in need!
That’s what we’re exploring this episode – we look at what it is, why it is damaging, and what we can do instead. Have a listen, or watch the video, and see what you think…
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Award-winning coach, international speaker, multi-time best-selling author, hypnotist, occasional magician, and writer of this post, Keith spent his first 40 years suffering from several phobias including being terrified of speaking with strangers. After one incident too many, he started studying and training in NLP & hypnosis to conquer his own issues, found he was rather good at it, and changed careers (aided by redundancy at just the right moment after 20 years in IT). He helps people transform their deepest fears into their greatest strengths, and having helped over 5,000 people across 5 continents, he is the UK’s #1 Fear Strategist.