Thursday, April 19, 2018

Thinking, Thinking! Thinking!

Thinking, Thinking! Thinking! There are two types of thinking.  We have to understand the difference between negative thinking and positive thinking in order to attract positive life changes.

Negative thinking is when people tend to find the worst in everything, while positive thinking is when people focus on the good and expect the best. Positive thinkers cope better with stress which in turn gives them good health and a much better life whereas negative thinkers only feel worse, and this feeling brings low or no self-confidence and confusion.


BELOW ARE 5 PRACTICAL WAYS TO CHANGE NEGATIVE THOUGHTS AND ATTRACT POSITIVE CHANGES IN LIFE


* START THE DAY RIGHT
Invest a small amount of your morning to create a mindset of resilience and optimism as this will prepare you for the day. Tony Robbins said: "80 percent of success is due to psychology - mindset, emotions, and beliefs - and only 20 percent is due to mechanics." So start the day right and keep your mind on things that bring you joy and fulfillment.


* BE SOLUTION-FOCUSED, NOT PROBLEM-CENTERED
A positive attitude doesn't mean ignoring or repressing life's anxieties and troubles. It involves seeing things as they are, visualizing how they might become better, and then taking action to make them so; rather than seeing things negatively from the start, expecting things to get worse and barely summoning the energy to prevent a disastrous outcome.

* FIND ANY IMPROVEMENT TO THE CURRENT SITUATION
Focus on success, get used to looking for improvements in the current situation as a solution, regardless of its size. For example, half a pound loss may seem weak when your goal is 50 pounds, but this is a step in the right direction.

* CONJURE UP AN INNER COACH
Many of us are more confident and work better when someone encourages us. A successful person is self-conscious and responsible to him or her self. One way to strengthen these traits is to conjure a coach in your mind. Remember that person that inspired you when faced with a scary task? Ask yourself, "What would this person do if he or she is faced with this task?" This would undoubtedly help you continue trying until you overcome the fear or obstacle.

* GIVE YOURSELF DAILY "DONE WELLS"
Take a few moments every day to ask the question, "What have I done well today?" This simple thought reinforces reassurance on a daily basis. In turn, the positive feedback that you give yourself eventually helps you to develop courage and self-confidence, which are extremely important for success.

Being consistent with these tips will help ensure  that you will have a life filled with positive thoughts and positive outcomes.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

GIVE YOURSELF DAILY "DONE WELLS"

GIVE YOURSELF DAILY "DONE WELLS"

Take a few moments every day to ask the question, "What have I done well today?" This simple thought reinforces reassurance on a daily basis. In turn, the positive feedback that you give yourself eventually helps you to develop courage and self-confidence, which are extremely important for success.

Being consistent with these tips will help ensure  that you will have a life filled with positive thoughts and positive outcomes.


                                                                       Think Like A winner


Thursday, April 12, 2018

CONJURE UP AN INNER COACH




* CONJURE UP AN INNER COACH


Many of us are more confident and work better when someone encourages us. A successful person is self-conscious and responsible to him or her self. One way to strengthen these traits is to conjure a coach in your mind. Remember that person that inspired you when faced with a scary task? Ask yourself, "What would this person do if he or she is faced with this task?" This would undoubtedly help you continue trying until you overcome the fear or obstacle.










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Monday, April 9, 2018

FIND ANY IMPROVEMENT TO THE CURRENT SITUATION



FIND ANY IMPROVEMENT TO THE CURRENT SITUATION


Focus on success, get used to looking for improvements in the current situation as a solution, regardless of its size. For example, half a pound loss may seem weak when your goal is 50 pounds, but this is a step in the right direction.






New Release https://thinklikeawinner.carlmathisbooks.com/


Saturday, April 7, 2018

BE SOLUTION-FOCUSED, NOT PROBLEM-CENTERED



A positive attitude doesn't mean ignoring or repressing life's anxieties and troubles. It involves seeing things as they are, visualizing how they might become better, and then taking action to make them so; rather than seeing things negatively from the start, expecting things to get worse and barely summoning the energy to prevent a disastrous outcome.   


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Thursday, April 5, 2018

God Created People To Have Power

#God created people to have power. They were not created to escape or window-shop or play video games all day. People were made to work. Much misunderstanding on work exists because of confusion about what we are created to be and do. God makes sure we understand that work is a vital piece of who we are. When we find ourselves at work, whether 9-to-5, a nightshift, in a office cubicle or at home, we shouldn't think we missed our purpose. We are actually doing what God created us to do!

Your work is a chance to imitate God by bringing goodness, order, light, and life into the lives of others. Notice that God's work in creation doesn't seem at all like drudgery. "And God saw everything that he had made, and behold, it was very good" (Genesis 1:31). When we see God's purpose in our work then our attitude about our own work will reflect Him. Work can be a delight!




Thinking, Thinking! Thinking!

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