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The average person has an estimated 70,000 thoughts per day! What were your tone of thoughts today? Were they positive and uplifting or negative and self defeating? Do you wake up thinking, “today will be great!” or “I have no energy to get through my day.”? Have you ever noticed that the days that start with a positive mindset tend to end on a positive note? Days that start with negativity seem to drag on and you wish it would end?
How your days, months, and years progress in a positive or negative manner hinges on your mindset. Positivity boosts your mood, spirit, and tend to generate even more positivity and happiness in your life. Positive behavior and attitudes can be contagious, ever notice that laughter spreads? On the other hand, negativity can create a domino effect of destructive energy. Falling into a spiral of negative thoughts can tremendously affect how you live and how others perceive you.
Thankfully, you get to make the choice. Only you can make the switch from negative to positive. If you choose to reach for better thoughts, you are choosing a happier life. It takes practice, but soon enough, your mind will gravitate to the brighter side of life. Practice cultivating a positive mindset with these tips.
The first step to shifting into a more positive mindset is to let go of some behaviors and thoughts that trigger negativity. Some thoughts may be so second nature that you don’t realize you are being negative. But when you really start paying attention and focusing on your thoughts and things you say, you’ll be surprised at how negative you can be.
“You cannot have a positive life and a negative mind.”
Some traits of negative thinking include:
Positive thinking doesn’t mean you keep your head in the sand and ignore life’s less pleasant situations. Positive thinking just means that you approach unpleasantness in a more positive and productive way. A positive mindset can:
“Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you’ll start having positive results.”
Some traits of positive thinking include:
The health benefits of positive thoughts include:
Life can sometimes seem threatening, and it’s easy to feel down and expect the worst. However, if you fight the urge and keep looking on the bright side, it will pay off. People around you, your body, and your mind will thank you!
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