How to Be More Positive (Article 13)

Most people think being positive is a waste of time and energy. I don’t.

We all know that we can be both negative and positive, and in fact, we need to be both to achieve success. The key is to be positive, but only when it matters.

Negativity is like a parasite – it eats away at our happiness, energy, and ability to make progress.

STEP 1: Identify the Root Cause of Your Negativity

It’s hard to pinpoint exactly why we feel negative most of the time. It’s likely that we have different causes for our negativity at different times.

The best way to figure this out is by looking at our past actions. We can either dig deeper into the reasons behind our negativity, or we can accept our current state as normal and move on.

STEP 2: Practice Being Positive When it Matters

We all have a natural tendency to become negative when things aren’t going our way. However, if you want to be more positive, you need to train yourself to only be positive when it matters.

The key is to figure out when you can be positive, and when it really matters. For example, you might be able to practice positivity when your partner doesn’t answer your texts or calls. Or you might only be able to practice positivity when you’re about to give a presentation.

When it matters, it’s okay to practice positivity. You can do this through affirmations, meditation, or simply taking a deep breath.

STEP 3: Take Back Control of Your Life

Positive thoughts and feelings can help us take back control of our lives. However, it’s not easy to be positive all the time.

In order to take back control, you need to practice being positive when it matters. This means that you need to identify the times when you can be positive, and then practice being positive during those moments.

Thanks for reading!

2 thoughts on “How to Be More Positive (Article 13)

  1. Hind from Iraq
    More positive
    1-Identify the root cause of your negativity
    2-Practice being positive when it matter.
    3-Take back control of your life.

  2. How to be more positive (Article13)
    No one think positively all the time. After all we are human beings, it is okay sometime being negative, because it gives us a reality check. Although positive thinking offers some benefits. A balance should be maintained, and it is important to maintain a balanced perspective on positivity and negativity. Practicing
    positive thinking every day, we may also become less critical of the world around us.

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