What's the BEST that could happen? Keychain


I had this in my notes for a good year, and I would say it every morning until I believed it.

Every time I assumed the worst, I would force myself to turn it around and picture the best-case scenario.
You can unlearn anything, and this is just one small example of switching the script and changing your response.

I wouldn’t say it’s a quick process; you’re breaking down and building new pathways of thinking. It’s always easier to take the well-known path, so this shift takes time and constant effort.

But it’s worth it, and it doesn’t have to be this big change; it can be as simple as asking yourself - what’s the best that could happen?


  • Front : What’s the best that could happen?
  • Back: Nothing’s impossible, keep growing.
  • Hard Enamel
  • Split Keyring and Lobster Clasp
  • Gold Plated Metal
  • Size: 88mm length x 44mm width