Positive thinking reduces the likelihood of developing negative mental health conditions and makes you a winner in life. You can define positive thinking as positive imagery, positive self-talk or general optimism. 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, take my 21 Day Mental Challenge.
Let's quickly review our tips.
Tip1: Start the day with positive affirmation.
Tip 4. Turn failures into lessons.
Are you facing apparent failure today? In a relationship, in finances, or business? Henry Ford said "Failure is only the opportunity to begin again more intelligently."
So, is it the end of the road, or is it simply a bend in the road? You must ask yourself this question when facing apparent defeat or failure. Remember; Failure is not fatal! Failure is never final. You must train yourself to face the challenge of failure. You’re going to make mistakes and experience failure in life. Instead of focusing on how you failed, think about what you’re going to do next time—turn your failure into a lesson. Conceptualize failure in a concrete, positive affirmation. Continually affirm in the face of failure; I can do all things through Christ, which strengthens me (Philippians 4:13).
Affirm: I am not failing, I am learning!!
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