In our daily life we go through lots of experiences and some of us might learn few lessons from them too. Some of our experiences forces us into thinking negatively and we forget to see the other side of the fence. Thinking positively is just not laid in front of us, REMEMBER THAT!
We have to train our mind to be optimistic and be positive, look at the brighter side of the picture.
The great example is of the glass filled with water.
How we view it is up to us completely. Seeing a glass half full, portrays a positive mind set. It depicts good and sound health. Such people have a better vision for the future as they are motivate to achieve more rather than thinking negatively which on the other hand demotivates them and they ultimately perform low.
People close to me notice the positivity in me, that I don’t feel low. Well YES! I don’t. It doesn’t mean that there is nothing wrong that happens or all is perfect (which we all know that nothing can be perfect). I simply keep on filling myself with a dose of optimism which keeps the pessimism away. And apart from it all, I try to fix the things that went wrong, or try to keep myself away from people who are cry babies or have a tendency to be negative all the time.
Don’t blame yourself for things that went wrong because of someone else’s decision. That was on the first place out of your control. There is always something better coming your way even in the gloomiest of situations. Remember you alone are responsible for your happiness and you alone can make yourself happy. ALL STARTS FROM YOU. Optimistic person will find a silver lining in the cloud even in the darkest moment while a pessimist will cry even on a happy day.
- think positively.
- have an action plan.
- be in company of positive people.
- be active.
- let go of things that you can’t control.
“If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.”
“A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.”
—Sir Winston Churchill.
“Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine.”
—Anthony J. D’Angelo.