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Teen Responds to Bullying with a Positive Attitude

  This Canadian teen was recently the act of bullying when someone posted a message on her Facebook wall, urging her to die.   What she did next is remarkable…    

Robin Williams with one Final Act of Charity

The legacy of Robin Williams will live on long after his death, with gifts of laughter and gifts of charity.   The late actor donated a custom-made Pegorette bicycle to the Hotbed Benefit, which took place last Saturday night in Tiburon, California.  The event collected proceeds for 10,000 Degrees, an organization that provides educational opportunities for low income students The bike, along with an autographed hat from the film “Night at the Museum” raised $20,000 and will pay for two students to attend college for a year. Robin Williams, himself an avid cyclist and bike collector, used his love for cycling to help kids with disabilities through the Challenged Athletes Foundation.   Williams participated in 11 triathlons with the organization.  Rudy Garcia-Tolson, a double ab...

Pay it Forward: A Heart Warming Story of Generosity and Kindness

It’s easy for people to become selfish and caught up in their lives, especially when times are hard.  We look out for ourselves, and our best interests, and at times we may find ourselves in a situation where our own needs, or the needs of our family may come first. On average, you’ll come in contact with hundreds of thousands of people in your life time.  Some are friends and family who will stay with us throughout out the years, and some may briefly pass though our lives called acquaintances.   The the others who we may not know well at all, we call  strangers. Strangers come from all walks of life, and are typically initially judged on appearance or behavior, without any real knowledge of who they are, where they come from or what they’re about.  You won’t even k...

Homeless Teen Becomes Valedictorian and Teaches Classmates That You Can Accomplish Anything

Senior Griffin Furlong, despite losing his mother to cancer when he was six and living in homeless shelters his entire life, often going hungry.  Despite having this hardship all of his life, Griffin went on and achieved a 4.65 GPA, earning him the title of valedictorian at First Coast High School.  During his speech he went on to inspire classmates, teachers, friends and even strangers that when you put your mind to it, you can accomplish anything. In his speech Griffin says to his classmates, “It’s amazing what you can do with your life when you have motivation, ambition and most importantly, a purpose.” During his struggles, Griffin used to write the words “Never Give Up” on the rim of his baseball caps to remind of his mother, and that he had to keep going...

Some Positive Thoughts to Brighten Your Day

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ISO: Your Positive Attitude

  Sometimes people need to take a closer look into your life to understand or realize how amazing you truly are.  Let them ZOOM IN! We believe that your positive attitude can inspire and change the world.  We hope that you believe it to, because we need the help of unique, amazing and talented individuals such as yourself to help us drive our movement of positivity, to inspire the hearts and minds of those who may have given up, lost their way or don’t believe in themselves.  We need your help to show the world, in the most creative way possible, what the effects of having a positive attitude can have in their lives. Positive Attitude is a community driven by remarkable attitudes, inspirational stories and advice, heartwarming videos and images, and most importantly the life exp...

5 Random Acts of Kindness to Warm Your Heart

Proving that kindness is not dead, and we still live in a wonderful world where people care deeply, this young man goes out of his way every evening after work to distribute uneaten bagels to hungry people on the streets. This sweet young man won a scavenger hunt that took him all summer to complete… He donated his entire cash prize for winning to his neighbor who was battling Leukemia.  He asked his mother, “How much chemo would $1000 buy?”   – and completely melted our hearts. This wonderful man did a very kind act for his neighbor by covering the open window of their car that was left open in the rain with a plastic bag, so it wouldn’t get wet.  Ten minutes he went out of his way to take care of his neighbor, must have meant the world to the car owner, who ...

Boston Strong: 2014 Boston Marathon Brings Positive Attitudes Together!

With the commencement of the 2014 Boston Marathon, we couldn’t be more proud of the moral, sportsmanship, dedication and hard work that went into every step of it’s 30,000+ competitors to complete their 26.2 mile journey.   It was clearly an epic day for all. The energy before the race was clearly electric.  Fans were confident that this would be the best year yet… putting well behind them the tragedy that struck last year’s race.   Being one of the biggest and most exciting race days for Boston, both competitors and spectators made an even greater connection then ever with each other.  The cheers and hi-fives were endless along the stretch of the entire 26.2 mile course…  more than 36000 people ran the race this year, which is over 9,000 more than last year! ...

Karrie Brown – Modeling the Future

When Karrie was born in 1996, I was given many pieces of advice, including never expecting anything from her.  No one told me of the joy and the gifts she would bring. Karrie knows she has Down Syndrome and Autism.  I have always been open with her about this.  While she knows she does have these diagnoses, she does not see herself as someone who has a disability.  She just knows that sometimes she has to try harder and longer than other people to do things that most people take for granted. What nobody told me about having a child with Down Syndrome was that this child would also have dreams… sometimes very big dreams.  Karrie discovered a passion for clothes when she was about 15 when we found a clothing store that carried fashions that fit her body and her style, and were comfortable fo...

Find the Attitude Within Yourself, and Let it Take You One Step Further

When you’ve given it all you’ve got, when all your energy is gone,  it’s when you’ve got nothing left, that’s when its showtime… When you find a way, out of NO Way, when you give it the last breath that you did not have, when you find energy that did not exist, when you want it as bad as you want to breath… thats when it’s time to get started.  Find the attitude within and let it motivate you one more step.   Champions keep going when they don’t have anything left in the tank… your attitude controls your destiny… It’s IMPOSSIBLE to watch this video and not be inspired, motivated, excited, energized and ready to make the impossible, possible…  Push yourself to go beyond  your limits… Change your mindset̷...

PA Fan Inspiration: Defying Destiny with a Positive Attitude

Positive Attitude loves to learn about our fans, and how having a positive attitude has impacted and improved their lives.   Their journeys inspire, motivate and spread the power of positivity to others, helping them overcome their own challenges and face all obstacles.  Today we would like to share with you a courageous  journey of a brave young woman determined to defy the odds, and control her own destiny.   Rachel Baron, the beloved cousin of Positive Attitude founder, David Nachman, armed with the love and support of her friends and family, and the memory of her mother’s strength, will, and unbelievable positive attitude, in the form of a letter to her loved ones, has been brave enough to share her story with us.  We are very honored to now have the opportunity to share her stor...

Having a Positive Attitude Can Add Years to Your Life

One study says that having a positive attitude can add years to your life. Up to 8 years in fact… This particular study ran by an American University looked at positive attitude and it’s relationship specifically to aging, and the patience’s attitude about aging in general. What they found is that optimists have a much longer future in store for them. Having a positive attitude was seen to have a large impact on lowering blood pressure and cholesterol, which alone can increase your life by four years. The study also showed that people with more positive thoughts about aging actually lived longer. In other words, those individuals who had a positive attitude toward aging, long before they began aging, benefitted the most. “It is important to participate in enjoyable activi...

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