In his book, Hours of Power, Robert H. Schuller effectively describes the attributes and characteristics of a Possibility Thinker:
Possibility Thinkers look for — and often find — the good in virtually every situation, sometimes in the most unlikely places.
Possibility Thinkers look for reasons why something will work, visualizing ways in which it could work.
Possibility Thinkers explore every challenge to discover the positive opportunities that exist within.
Possibility Thinkers listen to new ideas; evaluate them thoughtfully; and recognize and seize opportunities.
Possibility Thinkers do not quit when faced with an obstacle. They persist and persevere until they find a way over, around, or through.
Possibility Thinkers do not defend and rationalize mistakes, or make excuses for failures.
Possibility Thinkers are open to constructive criticism, sensible advice, and honest council.
Possibility Thinkers succeed because they have trained themselves to look for the positive possibilities in all areas of life.
Possibility Thinkers have faith, hope, confidence, enthusiasm, and optimism.
Possibility Thinkers are imaginative, creative, and visionary.
Possibility Thinkers are dreamers, opportunists, risk-takers, and believers.
Possibility Thinkers have a positive mental attitude; they are leaders and pioneers.
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