Attitude is a state of your mind; it also tests your patience and stress. If you handle your stress with optimism and hope, you’ll come out of the clutches of despair and hopelessness. A positive attitude will also ensure that you stay optimistic in whatever do you do and perform in your life.
And, let me reassure you right away, I’m not simply going to twitter on about putting a brave face on adversity and smiling through the pain. Telling yourself, over and over, that “I’m OK” is pretty meaningless if you’re not. I’ll leave those sorts of recommendations to others, but not before I point out why they usually do more harm than good.
A positive attitude then is adjusting your mind to reject negativity in all forms, including negative people, and looking at your daily affairs in only a positive and constructive way. Certainly there will be obstacles and set-backs, failures and disappointments, but someone with a positive attitude thinks of these as stepping stones to success and happiness.
Pretending to have a positive attitude is not permission to tell untruths, however. The people that are involved in helping to resolve a problem must be told the truth of the circumstances. The point is to try to portray a positive attitude that a solution will be found, and to let your team know that you are not giving up, that you do not believe the situation is hopeless, and the situation will be resolved somehow – even if you do not really believe any of that yourself.
Small things become a very big deal and people with negative attitudes always seem to be the ones that have bad things happening to them on a daily basis. They were late to work. They forgot their lunch at home. Traffic was bad when they got off. The cable was out. You get the idea.
Always keep your sense of humor. People like to be around those who find humor in even the most awkward moments. Learn to laugh and you will be more positive, especially if you can learn to laugh at yourself. don’t take yourself, or life, too seriously. Life is much too short to waste it moping around in self pity.
By choosing a positive attitude each day, we are actually attracting more positive experiences, and reducing the likelihood of negative experiences. You may have noticed that each experience often determines the quality of the next experience, causing a chain reaction in our lives.
A positive attitude is also contagious. You can pass on your enthusiasm by simply being positive around someone who is not positive. A positive attitude can be the difference in you getting a promotion or overcoming an illness. It affects everything you say and do.
Developing positive mindset are depend on one factor – state of your brain. If you set your brain to a peak state, you will always have peak & positive mindset. Peak mindset come from how you use your body movement. If you try to use lots of body movement, it will bring to you a mind state which telling you about your mindset – normally positive. Focus on what you do during that time will bring you excellent results on what you have focused on.
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