Kofi Kingston says ‘the power of positivity’ isn’t just a gimmick
Kofi Kingston loves to practice what he preaches.
In the seven years since the formation of the New Day, they have constantly talked about the “Power of Positivity”. For Kofi Kingston, however, this tagline is more than just a tagline, it’s a way of life.
Appearing on In the danger zone with Chris Denker, the former WWE Champion has spoken openly about mental health and how the spotlight is on her more than ever. Kingston wants to help people be the best versions of themselves and is more than happy to open up and offer support to those in need.
“We all have ups and downs” he started by saying. “We’re talking about the power of positivity. For us, and me in particular, it’s not just a gimmick. preach. This is actually how I feel about the majority of what happens in life. When you have a positive attitude, you attract that same positivity towards you. Negativity breeds negativity. When you put yourself down or start looking at things with a half-empty glass mentality, it just piles up. Your outlook on life affects how you live in the present. Mental health, I’m glad it’s been brought to the fore and shining more and more over the past couple of years where you have people in top positions, especially athletes, talking about their health issues. mental health and their struggles, because being able to hear from someone who you think has a perfect life and you see that person gives you a glimpse of what’s really going on and you’re like, “they’re just like me.’ For many reasons, in order for people to relate to us, it is important that we are open or as open as possible. It’s useful. I just want to help people. I want to help people become the best versions of themselves and if I can help you get through a struggle by opening up a bit and letting you know that I am supporting you and showing you where you can get support. help if you are feeling down or in a certain mood i am more than happy to do this. It is so important to be aware of your state of mind. Be positive. Even going out and forcing yourself to smile can bring positive endorphins to your body and your body will feel it and you will start to feel better. I encourage people to have half the glass complete mindset and do things one step and one day at a time. Have faith, things will get better and often times they get better. “
Kingston currently plays on the SmackDown brand, recently knighted by King Xavier Woods.
Elsewhere during the interview, Kingston weighed in on the biggest faction of all time. You can read his response by clicking here.
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