Be an Inverse Paranoid (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member: Nina Medina

Founder & Owner of: The Happy Life 101

Millionaire’s Digest Staff Team, Author, Successful Living Writer

…and I think to myself, what a wonderful world!”- Louis Armstrong

A paranoid person is someone who feels extremely nervous, always fearful and worried because he believes that other people do not like him. He believes that people will only hurt him, take advantage of him and put him down. He sees the world is plotting to do him harm.

An Inverse Paranoid on the other hand is someone who believes that the world is conspiring to do him good. He believes that the world is full of goodness! That people are supportive and loving. He believes that bad things are disguised opportunities. He believes that challenges are there to enrich him and make him a better person.

Happy People are optimistic and grateful people. If you want to be happy, be an Inverse Paranoid and start focusing on the blessings in life!:)

Note: If you want to know more about the Inverse Paranoid, read The Success Principles by Jack Canfield.

Article Credits: Nina Medina

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Author

11 thoughts on “Be an Inverse Paranoid (1 min read)”

  1. Be the light, spread the light. I’ve always believed in the power of a positive outlook…it can move mountains. Well, perhaps not…but you will feel a lot better about the mountains 🙂

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    1. Great input! I would choose the word “cautious” though instead of moderately negative. 😉 It’s true that sometimes we need to be on guard and it matters because it’s for our own sake and safety. But in the end, I still like to hope for the positive outcome! 😊

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