Positive Realistic Thoughts Positive Realistic Thoughts In 3 Steps
Celebrate brilliant positive realistic thoughts that enhance peoples moods and emotions in these three easy steps. Celebrate with these wonderful, warm and friendly pointers that are set capture the imagination.
In this post, Susan Lewis takes you through three recognizable steps where your potential can be assessed and addressed for Autistic people who want to run a business from home, usually assisted by members of their family. We also have to appreciate those positive realistic thoughts that are needed.
The three main points this post covers are
- Why interpersonal skills may be hard to work though. Using a well known, very visible untidy room explanation.
- How families gained real estate within the community. Where is that real estate today?
- Focus on the positive to find an example of a solution.
Positive realistic thoughts are needed
Let’s be yet positive, realistic . Not everyone has the interpersonal skills needed to work with constantly change. This makes working within a ‘people’ environment like a hot spot of anxiety. When stress levels climb so to tempers go up things may just start to overload and meltdown.
How then do many people on the Autism spectrum expect to be able to be able to hold down a job, be credible, as well as build out some of the alternatives by themselves? Yet the wonderful thing is that people do this every day. The fact many succeed with family and friends help amazes so few people once the shock is worn off.
There are certain traits that stand out. Pigheaded stubbornness is one. Also known as “there is a perfectionist trait there somewhere!”. Sometimes the combined learning and doing have become an extremely serious ‘game. Maybe the game is not over. And until that time everything will be gone through with infinite care. Time and time again.
Remember those bedrooms that for years were like a bulldozer was needed? Incredibly messy. Touch anything, disturb the air around it and it was known.
One day there is nothing there. Not even a speck of dust. ” That game was over.” Two choices remain. Either the next game started… sometimes. Alternatively, no interest occurred.
Interpersonal skills with others in the workplace may get a little strained.
Positive realistic thoughts change lives
How then do families and communities stay positive? Realistic enough to continue to look after the members within who have the low interpersonal skill and a high concentration span? Traditionally jobs would be learned passed down from one generation the other. The creatively and flare for the tools and materials seemed to ‘just be right with some family members. While one would craft, the other would cook, clean, til the fields, run errands and write the books up.
Extended families stretched far into the community and as such real estate and business holdings grew.
Family equity usually means land or real estate. ‘Real estate’ is a word used associated with the internet and a website. An official address that people can find you on. In short a dot-com such as this site.
One amazing thing that has happened is that each member in a family has part of the ‘family equity’ and sustainable tools
Let’s look at something small, positive realistic and very ‘doable.’ Just about everyone, anywhere and at any time, has access to a digital device and the internet. This is part of a suggested solution.
Every person has a talent. Some may like to make graphics. Take photos. A sense that another needs a cuppa, a hello, or a smile. Something that others may overlook if they are not used to, or open to working with families who have autistic adults within.
Others may find terrific quotes that just fit the occasion well. And yet may not be able to type a word on a keyboard. Some may have a front of house presence behind the table. Others are quite happy sprucing.
Positive realistic solutions
Visualize the families with these individual positive realistic thoughts and skills. It establishes an equality sustainable field that can be worked with as a background for this example. Simply because people know working together as families united has been done for generations.
To connect with each other is a basic need. Fulfillment in this basic need has business potential and there is a positive, realistic solution.
What if this extended family was to pull together, pool there talents and skills, Upskill and market a “today’s positive thought.” Inspirational thought with meanings. Created all on one platform. Is that platform having all the tools, education, upskilling and a huge community for support behind it?
What would it now take to be positive and realistic enough to melt that doubt away? The answer is simple: Promote the business as you build out the business. One of the most positive real solutions I recommend.
For myself, analytics was not something I could enthuse over. Actually, they were totally avoided if the choice was mine. Being visual analytical data was a nightmare to process. Until the new area behind the scenes was opened in trepidation. And there it was. Beautifully set out in picture format. Also, the analytics was present in the number forms. The magic of these numbers displayed in such a simplistic set out was not lost.
All those lost invisible pieces of the “put yourself out there and see the data” suddenly took on a life of its own. The direction to correction was sorted like a road map on a GPS target.
With the right tools, anything is possible including understanding, learning the action for traction. The added bonus is helping families for their own communities so that they too can build upon their combined vision with positive realistic solutions.
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What is it about Susan Lewis?
Susan Lewis seeks out those who have to relearn to learn again through trauma-related incidents. Especially those related to the Autism Spectrum OCPD traits [ Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder] through the head injury or injuries of Autism.
Why? The simple answer is Susan speaks from head injury in-depth memory loss of the first thirty-one years of her life. The extent of which remained undetected for nearly a quarter of a century after the truck imploded into her life. The Autism Spectrum side of life has been quietly active all through Susan Lewis’s life. Generations of traits have shown. Have been known of all through these families lives. To say that Susan’ as seen it all may be a stretch of the imagination. However to believe that what Susan relates to, and shares through her online experiences is a truism.
A second truth is that it is hard to come across someone who a) willingly b) bridges the gap between medical and everyday ‘user’ experiences, c) is prepared to put these out there; online and openly.
Susan’s mission in life is that Autism As A Gift is to be believed past the level of general acceptance.
The behavior encouraged so as people have both rainbows and stars within their own needs and mindset changes. Rainbows traditionally relate to the Promise. And stars…. well everyone is a star within their own right.
Keeping in mind that a vision is a dream with a date on, high energy release and a load of emotions like to be ‘joyful’ to be experienced.
To land on a star needs an arrival time and date, enough fuel, lots of training and preparations. Actions that are consistent and flexible in the approach. With the belief that achieving this is like chopping up a log of wood. Aim not at the surface, but with the knowledge that actions hits is all the way through. In fact, you have arrived at the star, landed, the job completed.
In short: Susan Lewis enjoys helping you create and develop your online community.
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