My kids have a tendency to roll their eyes when I suggest they try to be more positive or envision a better circumstance. I have two pictures of waterfalls on our front door (inside, not out) because someone said the flowing water can represent money flowing in. They find this absurd. I also have a red plant outside the front door, but that doesn’t embarrass them the way the photos do.
Do I know for a fact that these things work? No, not for a fact, but I do know that they make me more optimistic and when good things happen, I’m willing to accept that they may or may not have something to do with it. I figure it this way, where’s the harm?
In this past week alone, I have had a second of my books show up in an Amazon email, I have discovered some promising promotional outlets for my next book, and I have found a new Facebook group for writers to promote one another that may also prove very promising. Does adding that second waterfall have something to do with it? Who knows, but I sure am feeling more optimistic!