Become A Positive Thinkerby Abdou Sani Boukari Consultant
"Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine" - Anthony J. D'Angelo Recommended Features
- People are not negative intentionnally
- Negative thoughts are automatic reactions to stresses
- Try to become a positive thinker
- The practice of positive thinking takes patience.
- Start having positive results
Review on Become A Positive ThinkerPeople who are negative on a regular basis do not necessarily do this intentionally. Negative thoughts can creep in everyday situations, no matter how positive one's day may actually be. Negative thoughts are often automatic reactions to unexpected crises, challenges, stresses and disappointments. For example, a negative thinker gets a raise at work, and automatically thinks it's not enough money. It is so of someone who gets a raise and focuses on the fact that it's too small or a student gets an A- on a paper, and is upset because it was not an A.
Negative thinking is typically a thought process that is well engrained in the mind from years of repetition, where one automatically focuses on the negative instead of seeing the positive.
From now on, strive to become a positive thinker. However, be aware that being a positive thinker is not something that will happen overnight. Depending on the severity of the negativity, it can take time to make appropriate changes. The practice of positive thinking, and making it a character trait rather than a one-time thing, takes effort, patience, and time.
"Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you'll start having positive results" - Willie Nelson
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