Training Your Mind To See The Good In Every Situation

What doesn’t kill you will only make you stronger.

It’s your choice what you make of each and every situation.

Negative thinking is generally just a bad habit.
Training your mind to see the good in everything will be one of the best steps you can take in creating an abundant and empowering life.
It’s so much easier to give in to the negative thinking and live your life blaming others, feeling hopeless and as if the world is out to get you… but if you challenge yourself to always find the positives, you will grow as a person and your life will suddenly give you more and more reasons to smile and enjoy the journey. There is so much madness going on in the world today so it is really important to take a deep breath, ground yourself and surround yourself with like-minded people.
Do things that make you happy and when you have times of doubt and need remember that this too shall pass.

Positive “Homework”

Scan for the 3 daily positives

At the end of each day, make a list of three specific good things that happened that day and reflect on what caused them to happen. The good things could be anything – a beautiful sunset, someone that has smiled at you on the street, getting some positive feedback at work, etc…
Celebrate the small wins. As you record your good things daily, the better you will get and feel.

Give one shout-out to someone on a daily basis

Take the positive things you’re getting better at recognizing and let people know you’ve noticed. Take a minute to say thanks or recognize someone for their efforts, from friends and family to people at work. A great way to go about this is by sending 1 daily email to someone, a text message, or if you see that person, even better, to tell them face to face.
Show courage and say thanks.

Do something nice

Acts of kindness boost happiness levels. Something as small and simple as making someone smile works. Pausing to do something thoughtful has the power to get you out of that negativity loop.
Do something nice that is small and concrete like buying someone a coffee for example.

Mind your mind

Mindfulness is paying attention to the present moment without judgment. Opening our awareness beyond the narrowness of negativity can help bring back more balance and positivity into the picture.