How My Positive Outlook Benefits My Community

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How my Positive Outlook Benefits my Community

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A positive attitude helps me to cope more easily with the daily affairs of life. A positive attitude can bring optimism into one’s life, making it easier to avoid failure. If it is adopted as a way of life, it will bring constructive changes into my life as well as the lives of others making us happier, brighter, and more successful through inspiration. With my positive attitude I see the brighter side of life, becoming optimistic and always expecting the best to happen. It is certainly a state of mind that is well worth developing and strengthening. My own positive outlook can greatly benefit my community mentally, physically and emotionally.

The community is made up of many different types of people, beliefs and morals. My own vision of success can easily become that of my community. I believe that each person should have a dream in which they seek to pursue. Success is the key to the future. By joining clubs, sponsored and non-sponsored, I began to reflect my own visions into people. If people see one of their own striving to make a difference, then they will become influenced by such activities and strive to do so themselves. My own act of leadership can evolve into a team effort. James Kouzes and Barry Posner state in their book titled A Leaders Legacy, “The best leaders turn their followers into leaders, realizing that the journey ahead requires many guides.” Not only can my positive outlook benefit my community, but also, the positive outlook of others. My positive outlook can be instilled into those of my peers and benefit my community mentally.

Judgments are often made about communities based off of its physical appearance. Each person has qualities that can be either changed or improved to restore its physical appearance. My volunteering at waste reduction programs, Octagon Clubs etc. can change the way my community is being looked upon by others, leading them to either...
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