How to Be More Positive (Article 4)

Being positive is a learned behavior, and being negative is an automatic response to life. So why not choose to be positive? This guide will teach you how to train yourself to be more positive.

I’ve been working on this for a while now and I’ve seen some amazing results from practicing these techniques.

STEP 1: Find Your Positive Trigger

Think about what triggers you into feeling positive. Do you get excited when you think of a new project? Or do you feel happy when you hear about a friend’s success?

Once you know the trigger, write it down and put it somewhere you’ll see it often.

STEP 2: Start Small

Start by practicing this new behavior on a daily basis. For the next week, every time you start thinking negatively, say to yourself: “I’m going to be positive.”

Don’t try to force yourself to always feel positive. Just remind yourself that it’s a new day and that you’re going to be positive.

STEP 3: Keep Going

Now that you’ve started practicing, keep doing it for the rest of the week. Each time you start thinking negatively, say to yourself: “I’m going to be positive.” Don’t worry about being perfect. Just make sure you follow through.

STEP 4: Change Your Beliefs

This step is the most important. Every time you start thinking negatively, remind yourself that you can change your beliefs.

If you want to be more positive, you can’t just practice it once or twice a week. You have to keep repeating this process until you believe that being positive is natural and easy.

Thanks for reading!

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  1. How to be more positive (Article 4)
    To be more positive in life, we should listen to our internal dialogue and turn it round whenever a negative thought enters to our mind to make it into a positive thought! Interact within positive people. get pleasure of the simple thing in life. Compliment other people regularly. Get ready for any kind of challenges in the life, only challenges can overcome that will make you stronger!
    A positive attitude is habit-forming, and it has an impact on you and people around us.

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