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You must go after everything with enthusiasm. “The starting point of all achievement is DESIRE. Keep this constantly in mind. Weak desire brings weak results, just as a small fire makes a small amount of heat.” ― Napoleon Hill, Think and Grow Rich Once you figure out how important this desire and positive energy is the tricky part comes next. How exactly does one maintain this attitude? How to Maintain Positive Attitude 1)Use Books, Audio and Videos To Overload Your Brain With Positivity We live in the information age! Use every single resource available to flood your mind with positivity. Avoid anything negative. Some people even go so far as to avoid the news(which we highly recommend)! Allow yourself the privilege of drawing strict boundaries to what you are exposed to in the media. By filtering the information that you let into your head you can dramatically increase your ability to stay positive and focused on what truly matters. 2) Contribute in a Meaningful Way It is a lot easier to feel better about life when you do something to earn those emotions. When you contribute to the community and help others, it not only lifts up those around you, but it lifts your spirits up as well! This optimism you feel from your actions is something you can take with you every day. 3) Keep Positive Thoughts If you hear, see or feel a negative thought stop it in its tracks. Write it down then throw it out. Replace it with a more balanced and positive thought. Repeat. This is a new habit you must instill for success. When you think positive it will attract the best outcomes. 4) Be Grateful A big part of seeing the world in a more positive light is being able to appreciate all the wondrous advantages bestowed on us. Think about it, not even the most dominant rulers of empires forgotten had the technological advantages that we take for granted today. Gratitude makes all the difference in this world, and if you take the time to recognize what you have you will truly be in a better place.
Dec 21, 2014
When was the last time you sat down to concentrate on how to improve yourself? As you go about your life between work, kids, friends, hobbies, etc. there isn’t always time to ponder your actions, thoughts and purpose. The work place is one place where people may spend time setting goals, yet many people have trouble advancing forward due to the limited nature of this approach. We go along with this thought from Jim Rohn: “Work harder on yourself than you do on your job.” In order to improve in one area of life, you can make it a lot easier by striving in all aspects of life. Establishing any pattern, positive or negative, requires repetition and consistency. If you are disorganized at home, it is hard to turn on the hard working nature of your personality at work. Here are some habits to establish in order to help you succeed in all aspects of life: 1. Set Goals Setting goals is not something you should do every five years. It is a habit you should establish regularly. Some people even set daily goals every morning to help them get the most out of their day. Create a schedule to set goals in your life. With these goals you can push towards something better more regularly. 2. Know Your Strengths All of us are put on this Earth with our own individual strengths and weaknesses. However, there is beauty to be found within this mixture and learning to harness the positive attributes will help you progress in ways that you never before imagined. Familiarize yourself with your strengths and see the goodness that you offer, while recognizing your areas of needed improvement! You may be surprised by the power you hold within. 3. Choose a Great Support System The people in your circle of influence impact your behavior. You have the choice to either hang out with people who lift you up or drag you down. It doesn’t matter whether you are at a professional networking event or hanging out with your friends on a Friday night. By having the right peer group, you will be able to find fulfillment and this will make all the difference. 4. Never Stop Improving Yourself There is no end game to improvement. Keep learning every single day! Do things like listen to audiobooks and attend seminars to keep you sharp. If you spend just 20 minutes a day on these type of activities, you’d spend a little over 120 hours a year towards improving yourself!
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