Why develop a positive mindset? A positive thinking person is a mentally healthy person. Positive thinking reduces the likelihood of developing negative mental health conditions. 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. A positive mindset must be built and developed. So, let's look at another tip today. To develop a positive mindset, you might 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.
Tip 6. Focus on the present.
You must learn to live in the now. I’m talking about the present—not today, not this hour, only this exact moment. How are you NOW? You may have gotten chewed out by your boss yesterday, but what is happening now? Forget the comment he made even five minutes ago. Don't fear what he might say five minutes from now. Focus on this one, individual moment. In most situations, you’ll find it’s not as bad as you imagine it to be. Most sources of negativity stem from a memory of a past event or the exaggerated imagination of a potential future event. Stay in the present moment. Live in the now. Walk by faith.
Hebrews 11: 1 PHILLIPS
Now faith means putting our full confidence in the things we hope for, it means being certain of things we cannot see. It was this kind of faith that won their reputation for the saints of old. And it is after all only by faith that our minds accept as fact that the whole scheme of time and space was created by God’s command—that the world which we can see has come into being through principles which are invisible.
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