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“Positive thinking is more than just a tagline. It changes the way we behave. And I firmly believe that when I am positive, it not only makes me better, but it also makes those around me better.”
Kendra Cherry at Very Well Mind states, “Positive thinking actually means approaching life’s challenges with a positive outlook. It does not necessarily mean avoiding or ignoring the bad things; instead, it involves making the most of the potentially bad situations, trying to see the best in other people, and viewing yourself and your abilities in a positive light.” Having a positive mindset is intentional. Bad things or negative situations happen to everyone, but it is really about how we respond to these events that is most important. Positive thinking can give us more confidence, improve our mood, and even reduce the likelihood of developing stress-related conditions. In almost 12 years of working directly and indirectly with all types of people, all over the world, we find that there is one common enemy that dwells amongst all of us; the self. When we learn how to control the self, we can begin to control how we respond to the world around us and therefore how the world responds back. Here are a few tips that help me maintain a positive mental attitude:
I hope you found these tips helpful. The mind is a powerful tool. We choose what we put into our mind on a regular basis. Your input will always determine your output. Choose wisely!
Brandon & Amanda