The power of positive thinking is a wonderful thing. We probably need more of it in the world right now.
Jets coach Robert Saleh is one of the most positive people you will ever meet.
And he’s trying to boost up his young QB, Zach Wilson, with unwavering positivity. Wilson is now the Jets starting QB after Aaron Rodgers got hurt early in the Jets’ season-opener against Buffalo.
On August 26 after Wilson finished playing in his fourth preseason game, Saleh said, “Zach was awesome.”
On September 11, after Wilson, in relief of Rodgers, helped the Jets beat the Bills, Saleh said, “I thought he was awesome.”
The author of the bestselling book, “The Power of Positive Thinking,” Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, once said, “Dwelling on negative thoughts is like fertilizing weeds.”
And Saleh, for one, tries to never dwell on negative thoughts.