7 WAYS TO ACHIEVE A POSITIVE MINDSET ?

The “power of positive thinking” is a widespread concept, and sometimes it may seem like a cliché. Multiple scientific studies have verified the physical and mental benefits of positive thinking. Positive thinking gives you more confidence, improve your mood and even reduce the likelihood of developing conditions such as hypertension, depression and other stress-related disorders.

This all sounds great, but what does the “power of positive thinking” really mean?

You can define positive thinking as positive imaginary, positive internal dialogue or general optimism, but these are still general and ambiguous concepts. If you want to be active in thinking and being more positive, you will need concrete examples to help you through the process ? ☮

Here are seven ways ❤ ? ? ? ? ? ❤

❤ START THE DAY WITH A POSITIVE AFFIRMATION. ?

How you start your morning sets the tone for the rest of the day. Have you ever woken up late, panicked, and then felt that nothing good happened the rest of the day? This is likely because you started the day with negative emotion and a pessimistic view that influenced any other event you experienced. Instead of letting this dominate you, start your day with positive affirmations. Speak in the mirror, even if you feel stupid, with phrases like “Today will be a good day” or “Today I will be wonderful”. You will be surprised how much your day improves.

? FIND HUMOR IN BAD SITUATIONS.?

Allow yourself to experience humor even in the darkest or most difficult situations. Remind yourself that this situation is probably a good story later and try to tell a joke about it. Let’s say you’re fired; Imagine the most absurd way you could spend the last day or the ridiculous job you could do next, like the kangaroo manipulator or the chewing gum sculptor.

? TURN FAULTS INTO LESSONS.?

You are not perfect You are going to make mistakes and experience flaws in multiple contexts, in multiple jobs and with several people. Instead of concentrating on how you failed, think about what you are going to do next time: turn your failure into a lesson. Conceptualize this in concrete rules. For example, you could get three new rules to manage projects as a result.

? FIND POSITIVE FRIENDS, MENTORS, AND CO-WORKERS.?‍?‍?‍?

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When you surround yourself with positive people, you will hear positive perspectives, positive stories, and positive affirmations. Your positive words will sink and affect your own line of thought, which then affects your words and contributes similarly to the group. Finding positive people to fill your life can be difficult, but you must eliminate the negativity in your life; it will consume you if you don’t. Do what you can to improve the positivity of others and let your positivity affect you in the same way.

? CONCENTRATE ON GOOD THINGS, HOWEVER SMALL THEY MAY BE. ☺

Almost invariably, you will encounter obstacles throughout the day; There is no perfect day. When you come across such a challenge, focus on the benefits, no matter how insignificant or insignificant they may seem. For example, if you get caught in traffic, think about how you now have time to listen to the rest of your favorite audiobooks. If the store does not have the food you want to prepare, think about the excitement of trying something new.

? FOCUS ON THE PRESENT.?

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I’m talking about the present, not today, not this time, just this exact moment. It is possible that your boss is biting you, but what is happening at this bad time? Forget the comment he/she made ten minutes ago. Forget what I could say in five minutes. Concentrate on this individual moment. In most situations, you will find that it is not as bad as you imagine. Most sources of negativity come from the memory of a recent event or the exaggerated imagination of a possible future event. Stay in the present moment

❤ TRANSFORM NEGATIVE SELF-TALK INTO POSITIVE SELF-TALK.?

Negative internal dialogue can easily appear and is often difficult to notice. You might think I’m so bad at this or I should not have tried that. But these thoughts become internalized feelings and can consolidate your conceptions of yourself. When you catch yourself doing it, stop and replace those negative thought with positives. For example, I’m so bad at this, but once I do more practice, I will be much better at this. I should not have tried. That did not work as planned, maybe next time.

? Almost anyone in any situation can apply these lessons to their own lives and increase their positive attitude. As you can imagine, positive thinking offers compound returns, so the more you practice it, the greater the benefits you will get ?