Thursday, 3 September 2020

Changing Your Attitude

Do you sometimes feel that life hasn’t gone the way you had hoped? Do you find yourself complaining and blaming others for your misfortune? Do you find people trying to avoid you? Do you find that you get set off by the smallest incidents? 

The problem could be not having the right kind of attitude. Your attitude may need some adjusting. You may want to explore changing your attitude and see if that doesn’t result in the changes you need. Developing a positive mental attitude can definitely change your life.

How do you develop a positive mental attitude?

Having a positive mental attitude is not just about smiling and laughing all the time. It is the belief that being optimistic in every situation can attract change and success. This definition by Kendra Cherry explains it perfectly.
''Positive thinking actually means approaching life's challenges with a positive outlook. It does not necessarily mean avoiding or ignoring the bad things; instead, it involves making the most of the potentially bad situations, trying to see the best in other people, and viewing yourself and your abilities in a positive light.''

Positive thinking can affect your health positively by improving cardiovascular health, reducing stress and depression. It also helps you to cope with difficult situations. 
Here are 5 ways to develop a positive mental attitude:

Practise Gratitude

Focus on things you are grateful for in your life right now. Take a step further by getting a journal and writing at least two things you are grateful for every night.

Let go of the past

Focus on today and let go of the past. Learn from the mistakes of the past to do better today. You can't change your past but you can write the future. 

Surround yourself with the right people

Your company matters. Surround yourself with the right people. Make friends with positive thinking people who are going after their goals. You can take a step further by seeking out mentors you can learn from.


Take time every day to be quiet and reflect on your day. This practice can help you let go of your fears and anxieties.

Use Affirmations

Affirmations are simple positive statements you say out loud to reprogram your brain. They can help you to counter negative thoughts and limiting beliefs. Get audio positive affirmations you can use here

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