Do you ever feel like you are never good enough? Do you sometimes wonder if you can ever reach your full potential? Do your thoughts control you more than you do them? If you answered yes to any of these questions, “Develop a Positive Mindset and Attract the Life of Your Dreams: Unleash Positive Thinking to Achieve Unbound Happiness, Health, and Success, is the right book for you!”
This book will teach readers how to feel better about themselves and how to create a clear action plan for sustainable improvement. In this book, the author explores the power of the mind to help the reader discover the endless possibilities of thinking positively.
This book will teach the reader:
• How to live a happier, more enjoyable life
• How positive thinking can make you more productive and healthier
• How morning rituals can change your life
• How gratitude can be a powerful tool
• Neuro-Linguistic Programming techniques
Plus, as a bonus, you’ll also get “How to Stop Being Negative, Angry, and Mean: Master Your Mind and Take Control of Your Life.”
With this bonus offer, you’ll discover:
• How to manage your emotions
• The importance of a growth mindset and how to develop one
• The major causes of anger and how to control your anger
• How to control negative thoughts
• How to use Cognitive Behavior Therapy to reprogram your mind
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Targeted Age Group:: 18-70
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“Be Positive”- So small a phrase, yet with such magnanimous impact on our lives. Sometimes we wonder, is it really that easy to be positive? Most days, we find ourselves struggling to deal with many problems, some within and some beyond our perception and control. An impending exam result, the responsibility of becoming a father, the untimely loss of a loved one, many problems could arise from the emotional fluctuations you go through in these situations. More often than not, it is highly possible that an individual could ignore the psychological and physical impacts of emotionally intensive scenarios in their life. This book is my attempt to help you identify problems that you may have been ignoring for quite some time. I have also invested my thoughts and opinions, combined with factual information, to showcase the importance of a positive mindset in solving various problems.
So, what are the problems we are talking about?
• Do you feel stuck in a job or relationship that you don’t love anymore?
• Are you struggling to get a comfortable and relaxing night’s sleep?
• Have you been feeling like you’re missing out on all the fun and enjoyment in your life?
• Are you feeling overwhelmed and need help getting rid of negative thoughts?
• Are you struggling with low self-esteem or a lack of confidence to pursue your dreams?
If you have been experiencing any of these problems, then it is very likely that you are vulnerable to stress, anxiety, and a host of other psychological health issues such as low self-esteem, depression, and little motivation. As these issues develop gradually and manifest themselves in your mind and consciousness, you start feeling burdened by negative thoughts. The overwhelming feeling of negativity building up on your psyche could slowly impair your resolve in life.
Anxiety is a wicked friend. It takes without ever giving back. One thing happens, and before you know it, you are triggered to remember your childhood friend who one time stole your toy or your uncle when he promised a gift that you are still waiting for as an adult. The point is, you begin feeling anxious about one thing, and it gives birth to other things like anger and self-doubt in an unending spiral that only births more places to fall in the pits of despair.
Understandably, when you open a blog post, a newspaper article, or even see your friend’s tweet-able advice to just ‘think positively,’ you might be suspicious and perhaps a little annoyed. You know that optimism is something to strive for, but you also know that it is not that easy.
There is good news.
You do not have to be unrealistic to change your point of view and become a more positive person.
You must admit to the darker aspects of a particular situation in the process of becoming more positive. Positive thinking is not about denial. It is about having hope and confidence in your ability to deal with the tough things that come at you. It is about remembering that no one thing is all negative every time. In the particularly darker storms of life, you can grab the sunnier takeaways and enjoy the moments of relief, regardless of their size.
If positivity does not naturally come to you, you are more familiar with anxiety than with enthusiasm for life, do not beat yourself up. There are people born with a neural architecture (rose-colored glasses, if you may) that predisposes them to enjoy more positive emotions and to see only the best things in the world. Others come with grey-colored glasses, and that is their genetic lottery.
Before beginning to learn how to be a happier person, you do well to appreciate that wherever you fall, you matter, and the perspective you have to offer is critical, not just for yourself but for everyone around you. That said, it may be challenging for some people more than others to learn to be positive, but everyone can pick up the necessary skills.
Whether you want to leave the daily melancholy behind you and keep confident, or whether you simply want to conquer one area of your life that seems clouded by a shroud of negativity, this book is for you.
Here, you will learn past the commonly touted advice that, although well-intended, can feel empty – things like repeating a personal mantra at yourself or paying little attention to negative thoughts. You will understand the science behind the advice and be able to tailor it to yourself. You will reap the benefits of ‘knowledge as power’ because after reading through, you will know your ‘why,’ and as Nietzsche said, that will help you overcome any ‘how.’
Say you want to pick a personal mantra. On the first day, you look yourself in the eyes and whisper how beautiful you are, but despite the passion you put to it, something still feels off. You realize that it is not easy to get comfortable with the practice, and any smidge of relief the exercise brings is taken away by the thought of how weird it is. What do you do then?
Or perhaps you want to pay less attention to the negative thoughts you have. You have realized that you get caught up in a loop of concern and worry. You overanalyze everything, and the rumination process causes your mood to plummet even further downward. You congratulate yourself, rightfully so, on the show of progress identifying what the problem is. You resolve to hold things lightly, but that resolve becomes fodder for further over-analysis. Before you know it, you are crippled, in a bad mood, and you do not even remember where it all started. What are you to do?
First, one mistake many people make is assuming that happiness just happens and that you can simply pursue it. However, happiness is a byproduct of being engaged in life. It is not like making money that you foster by analyzing your finances and coming up with an improvement plan. Thinking about making yourself happy will be the first sure sign that it backfires.
Secondly, negative thoughts are not strong enough to control you. You are strong enough to control them. Think of them like TV reruns that you have seen millions of times. Leave them playing in the background and focus on other things. It is a little like telling your mind ‘hey, thank you for letting me know,’ and then moving your attention elsewhere.
Optimism and a positive outlook are like muscles – the more you train them, the stronger they become.
Research shows that learning to see the half-full glass has many benefits. It can improve the quality of your life and could even extend your lifespan. Researchers at Harvard University studied 70,000 women for eight years. They found that the most optimistic of them had a 30% lower risk of dying from major death causes compared to the less optimistic women (American Journal of Epidemiology, 2016).
If you are not aware of it, positive thinking is not just about your outlook on life. It is also your attitude toward yourself, and that, as experts say, could affect your health. Some studies show that personality traits like pessimism and optimism could affect your wellbeing. Optimism is effective in stress management, which offers numerous benefits to health.
As earlier mentioned, positive thinking is not the equivalent of burying your head in the proverbial sand and ignoring the unpleasant situations. It is about approaching the situations positively and productively – you expect the best to happen, not the worst. It is integrally tied to self-talk.
Self-talk is the constant stream of unspoken thoughts running in your head, which are either positive or negative. Some thoughts are informed by reason and logic, but others come from misconceptions you created because you lacked information. Research shows that if you continuously have negative thoughts, you may be a pessimist.
Research shows that positive thinking leads to:
• Lower depression rates
• Lower distress levels
• Better skills to cope with hardships and stress
• Better heart health
• Reduced risks of death from cardiovascular diseases
• Better physical and psychological wellbeing
• Greater resistance to the common cold
It is not yet clear why there are associations between positive thinking and these health benefits. One of the prevailing theories is that positive thinking will help you better cope with stress and thus reduce the harmful health effects of stress that your body experiences. Another school of thought holds that optimistic people live healthier lifestyles, have healthier diets, and get more physical activity.
Whatever the relation is, the benefits are undeniable, and anyone can potentially enjoy them.
This book will teach you how to identify negative thinking so that you do not just focus on the negative aspects of a situation or blame yourself for bad things that happen.
You will learn how to turn negative thinking into positive thinking and the processes of investing practice and time into forming new habits. You will be able to identify the areas that need changing, live a healthy lifestyle, and talk to yourself in a way that will uplift you.
You cannot expect changes to happen overnight, but with practice, you can learn to criticize yourself less and accept yourself more. This will translate into you being more accepting of the world around you. When your mind is typically optimistic, you can handle whatever comes at you more constructively.
Lao Tzu is recorded as saying to ‘watch your thoughts because they become words’ (Lao Tzu, 1984). Your words become actions and, in turn, become a habit. Habits become character, and your character shapes your destiny. Otherwise stated, everyone has a set of messages playing over and over in their minds. The personal commentary will influence what you say, do, who you are, your relationships, and eventually your destiny.
There is never a better time to begin working on whatever is dysfunctional in your head than now. Your actions ripple and extend to all the corners of your life. You are part of a network, and how you live life affects the network and spreads to the whole world. A negative approach becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. You begin to reap what you sow and attract what you are.
Concepts like the law of attraction, birds of a feather flocking together, and attracting what you think all testify to how positive thinking is crucial.
How then do you begin brightening your view of the world and infusing more positivity into the things you think? This book will answer this question and others on the topic. It will empower you to go forth and live a better life. If that sounds like what you care about, keep reading.
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