Positive Imperative

Learn about Holistic Positivity. It's Imperative. Positivity is like going to the Gym. It doesn't matter what you did last month it matters what you do today. Positive People are 31% better at all tasks, 37% better at sales, faster and more accurate at tasks, more likely to pass a job interview, get a promotion, be more socially liked, be healthier, less stress less sick days, and live 7.6 years longer.

More importantly Positivity and Positive Music are two of the biggest change agents for world peace. They create Positive Space, through Positive Energy creating Positive Ripples aka PosiRipples.

As the universe is always expanding or contracting, so too are our thoughts and actions as they are either Positive, Neutral or Negative.

Much if not everything in this world including music, falls into Positive; things that are Constructive and promote the Health of people and our world, Negative, things that are Destructive and do the opposite, and everything else which make up the vast wasteland of Neutral.

It is the importance in understanding and comprehending the Neutral that will be a unique contribution and distinction for the PI concept to share with you.

Neutrals are by default negative, an inaction or indecision is a no while in that course of action. My feeling is that the Neutral place of thinking and action is also the state of mind of the largest part of society. It is also then responsible for things that are and things that are NOT happening in the world. A positive response to negative things.

Everything you say and do, how you drive your car, raise your kids, if you volunteer, discard, walk by or pick up a piece of trash and indeed how you life will move you congruently in one of two directions.

So we’re hoping you join us and if you are not already one, share the principles and become a “PIP”, Positive Imperative Person, and play your role in making our world a more positive place. The only word I would change from John Lennon‚ immortal classic Imagine, is ‚ “I hope today (someday) you’ll join us, and the world will live as one.‚ Be a part of PI and help. Contact Victor Sinclair at victor.sinclair@gmail.com

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."

- Margaret Mead (1901-1978), Anthropologist and Writer