‘Negative emotion motivates change…’

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"Negative emotion motivates change. Without negative feelings you get more of the same. Emotions like sadness, fear, anger, and hatred, typically indicate something's wrong. Negative emotions challenge. Positive emotions confirm. Stuck-people need more fear and anger, not less. Fear they’ll miss what they love and anger it's getting away." -- Dan Rockwell
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“Negative emotion motivates change. Without negative feelings you get more of the same. Emotions like sadness, fear, anger, and hatred, typically indicate something’s wrong. Negative emotions challenge. Positive emotions confirm. Stuck-people need more fear and anger, not less. Fear they’ll miss what they love and anger it’s getting away.” — Dan Rockwell (From negative feelings to positive actions)

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