Your 7 Days Program To Positive Thinking

Your 7 Days Program To Positive Thinking

Your 7 Day Program To Positive Thinking

Everyone reading this right now has at least one great idea in them. Maybe it’s still on the back burner while you work out the details, or maybe you’re eager to try it out in real life. You’re hardly alone in having these creative impulses; what is it that gives you the motivation to put these ideas into action?

One great motivational tool is to set goals for yourself. For instance, challenge yourself to finish a project in a very short time, perhaps getting the basement organized in a spare hour before you have to be somewhere. Setting goals gives you something to strive for and makes getting things done feel like a real accomplishment and perhaps even fun.

The following tips can help you to put positive thinking to work for you and make it through your week and get more done than you might have thought possible.

1. Remember that talk minus action equals nothing. You need to take action in order to start living the life that you want to live. Unless and until you do, no amount of passion is going to make the difference. Start working your ideas out in your mind, but don’t let them stay there – make them happen! If something doesn’t work out, take it back to the drawing board, refine your plan and try again.

2. Make a commitment to yourself, the people around you and the world to put your energy towards building a life that you’ll love. Don’t let fear rule you. Think and act creatively and let love be your guiding principle as you move forward. This is the kind of positive thinking that can truly transform your life and your world.

3. Realize that every moment is perfect, no matter how it turns out and how you might feel about it at the time. If you have an idea which you aren’t sure will work in the real world, try it anyway! It just might work and even if it doesn’t, a misstep may point the way towards a better solution. Every failure is an opportunity to learn and grow.

4. Allow yourself to feel gratitude and internalize this gratitude. Appreciate what you have and make the best possible use of it. When you’re oriented towards gratitude and positive thinking, it’s a lot harder to think about your circumstances as poverty or to sink into negativity.

5. Replace shoulda/woulda/coulda with recognize/reevaluate/restore. These 3 Rs are focused on increasing your knowledge and acknowledging the abundance in your life rather than the negativity of the shoulda/woulda/coulda paradigm.

6. Don’t take yourself too seriously. Be open to laughter, even at yourself – you might be surprised by how funny you can be! There are too many wonderful things in life to allow yourself to be mired in self pity. Humor is life affirming, lifts your spirits and makes you more attractive to others.

7. Remember that you and only you are in charge of your destiny. No one can decide your course except for you. As long as you’re still here, there is always something that you can accomplish. Don’t be afraid to think big and relish everything that you’re able to create. This ties into feeling gratitude; you should always take a moment to appreciate what you’ve been able to do as well as the opportunity to keep trying for bigger and better things.

People often get bogged down by the small things and become discouraged. Almost always, the cause is really a lack of positive thinking. If you don’t think positively about yourself and the life you’re trying to create, you’ll never be able to get anywhere, never be able to live the life you’ve dreamed of. Start each day with a positive attitude and you can achieve almost anything.

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