My goal is to improve the mental health of people everywhere. Why? I really care about the well-being of the human race. Positive thinking reduces the likelihood of developing mental health conditions such as hypertension, depression and other stress-related disorders.
What is the “power of positive thinking” ? You can define positive thinking as positive imagery, positive self-talk or general optimism, but these are all still general, ambiguous concepts. If you want to be effective in thinking and being more positive, you’ll need concrete tips and examples to help you through the process. So, let's approach this one tip at a time. To further expand your positive mindset, check out the 21 Day Mental Challenge. Today let's review the first tip and look at the second one.
Let's quickly review Tip1: Start the day with positive affirmation.
Almost invariably, you’re going to encounter obstacles throughout the day—even though we strive for the perfect day. When you encounter such a challenge, focus on the benefits, no matter how slight or unimportant they seem. For example, if you get stuck in traffic, think about how you now have time to listen to the rest of your favorite podcast. If the store is out of the food you want to prepare, think about the thrill of trying something new. Focus on the good things, however small.
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