Are you the type that thinks everything is going to hell in a handbasket and things are at a low point for you, because that’s how your life just is? You always get the shit end of the stick, can never catch a lucky break, and the outlook for a turnaround is pretty grim? If so, I have some bad news for you from Mr. Henry Ford, who called it decades ago: yes, you’re right.
If, on the other hand, you have a positive outlook and know that any setback is just temporary and things are pretty good in your fairly rosy life then maybe you can hear Mr. Ford calling from the distant past, to tell you: you’re also right!
The communication ‘trick’ is to know that you can create your own destiny, chart your own future happiness, make a bright future simply by willing it to be so. Really? Do you believe it? Or are you the perennial doubter? Well… if you are a negative thinker, you know what will happen. So what do you have to lose by remaining positive? Nothing, with everything to gain.
Not to say that you should be that delusional person who thinks that all good things will just land in your lap without some hard work attached, because that’s idiocy, and a positive idiot is still an idiot.
But always looking on the bright side, repeatedly telling yourself positive thoughts about how you’ve worked hard and deserve the success that’s coming your way (instead of negative thoughts about how others are better than you are), keeping a happy outlook – now that’s self-communication that works. Because a positive person is happy.
So what does this have anything to do with those born in 1958? Well, surprise – it’s your MAGIC YEAR! The concept of a magic year is the year when your birth year is the same as your age, which means that this year during 2016, those who were born in 1958 will turn 58 years old.
Which is just another reason to celebrate, whether you believe in mysticism or not, to have fun with the idea and have a great upcoming year – don’t waste the special full year of magic, because it won’t come around again for you.
Enjoy a great year all you special ’58 Clubbers 🙂