If you are always looking for that positive edge to cope with a packed schedule, uncertain times, and whatever unsuspected curveballs that life throws your way.
These strategies that have been tested and trusted may make a difference in you too. Also, It will be absolutely amazing to learn from your wisdom too, What would you add to this list? Here goes
1. Remove yourself from gossip.
2. Choose to live in a state of mindfulness.
Positive people make the daily choice of surrendering their thoughts and feelings to the moment. By being mindful and focusing your awareness in the here and now, by calmly acknowledging and accepting your feelings and thoughts, you attain great peace and free yourself from worry. The great thing about mindfulness is that it blocks distractions that try to derail you from your dreams and goals.
3. Consciously choose to replace your negative emotions.
Studies have shown that when you choose positive behaviors (like meditation or forgiveness), you hold the key to rewiring a region of the brain called the precuneus. Basically, by simply changing your daily habits, you’ll be able to control your sense of well-being, purpose, and happiness. So if you’re caught in a vicious circle of nasty emotions like doubt, fear, and uncertainty, replace those emotions by consciously and intentionally choosing happiness, joy, and hope. Use the tools of meditation, prayer, journaling, and mindfulness to aid you in the process.
Even if you hate exercise, research has found that even a short burst of fun cardio activity (think hula hoops, working in the garden, dancing, or a brisk walk with the dog) works wonders, especially in the morning (15 minutes is all it takes). This is because exercise releases endorphins, serotonin, and other happy chemicals in your brain. According to research, the reason why exercise is so key to your morning routine is that it literally trains your brain to believe “my behavior matters,” which then carries (positively) into other activities throughout the day. And for procrastinators, exercising when you least feel like it is when it does the most good.
5. Focus on what matters most.
What’s most important to you? Think about it for a minute. You’ll probably narrow the answer down to people and relationships. Whatever it is for you, focus all your energy on those things. Take billionaire Warren Buffet , for example. With all the demands on him every day, Buffett learned a long time ago that the greatest commodity of all is time. He simply mastered the art and practice of setting boundaries for himself. The mega-mogul once said, “The difference between successful people and really successful people is that really successful people say no to almost everything.”
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