Rewards Of Positive Thinkers and Achievers
"Nothing splendid has ever been achieved except by those who dared believe that something inside of them was superior to circumstances" - Bruce Barton
Positive thinking is so powerful it helps us deal with hardships. Positive thinking can even boost our immune system. Through the mind and body connection our outlook can change and improve our health The immune system, the nervous system, the endocrine systems all function together. The mind and our emotions can influence our health outlook. According to Vital Affirmations.com, "Physical patterns are created in sympathy with mental patterns."
Positive thinking brings many blessings!
Optimism brings countless blessings to our lives. We can build our coping skills and face incredible challenges. A positive approach to our lives builds self esteem. An upbeat outlook fosters hope. According to ScienceDailey.com (April 20, 2011) - Happy people are more likely to eat candy bars, whereas, hopeful people choose fruit, according to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research. That's because when people feel hope, they're thinking about the future.
An achiever sees his problems as temporary. Thomas Edison made countless attempts to get the electric light to work. He resolved to find a way. His efforts paid off. We now take the electric light bulb for granted.
Achievers use positive thinking in their daily routine. They attribute positive.s
Accepting change is a important coping skill. The more positive we are about making changes the better we adapt.
"It takes a lot of courage to release the familiar and seemingly secure to embrace the new. But there is no real security in what is no longer meaningful. There is more security in the adventurous and exciting in movement there is life and in change there is power." Alan Cohen
Positive thinking is powerful.
"There is a basic law that like attracts like. Negative thinking definitely attracts negative results.Conversely, if a person habitually thinks optimistically and hopefully, his positive thinking sets in motion creative forces and success instead of eluding flows toward him."
Norman Vincent Peale
When we are in a positive frame of mind we attract good things. We make better choices. We meet other individuals who are positive as well. We make better decisions. we form better health habits. Science has discovered that positive individuals live longer.
Attitude is everything!
"Our attitude toward life determines life's attitude towards us." Earl Nightingale
A good attitude is the foundation for positive thinking..The ability to think in a positive way is started with excellent attitude. It is impossible have a good attitude and be negative or disinterested.
We are what we think!
"Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be." Abraham Lincoln
If we think in a positive manner we can raise the caliber of our lives. President Lincoln raised the caliber of the United States.
As the saying goes we are what we eat. We are what we think .We can read positive quotes. Choosing happiness is our option. Remind yourself of your many blessings. Forgive others and yourself. Make exercise a part of your day-to-day routine.
Gratitude is a powerful emotion.
According to,positive thinking-toolbox.com,"Gratitude and love are the 2 most powerful emotions on earth."Thanking God for our lives and many blessings. .Gives us more energy and a spirit of renewal. It only takes a second thank God for our man y blessings. To be thankful for the our food, shelter and the big blue sky. Spring is a beautiful season. I thank God for the changes each season brings to us. Make a list of the basic blessings you have.
Cultivate Positive Thinking!
- Positive Thinking Tips and Inspirational Stories for a Positive Attitude - Guideposts
Stop negative thinking. These inspiring stories and positive thinking tips will help you build and maintain a positive attitudeand live a happier and more meaningful life.
Positive Thinking Improvement!
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