You might not have the power to control the things that happen to you, but you have full power to control how you react to them. – Zoila
After enjoying a warming cup of my favorite peach tea I went over to my local farm store to pick up some veggies. As I shopped around I couldn’t help but notice how some of the cashiers had an uplift spirit and made eye contact with the customers, while others just worked complaining, and impatiently packing the produce so that they could get done with their day faster.
That’s when it hit me that being positive is not a trait you are born with or a trait that comes with a specific lifestyle, or job. Being positive is a daily job you do. No matter what, we all have ups and downs in our lives and negative thoughts arise for all of us on a daily basis. The trick is to learn techniques to take back control of our thoughts so that we can stop negativity right on its tracks, on command!
Being able to take control of your mind is very important to living a healthy life. By default 99% of our thoughts today are transferred over from yesterday, last month, last year. Therefore, if we don’t start to take control of these thoughts one tiny negative idea over the months can escalate into something that isn’t healthy. That is why most people fall into depression and think they can’t do anything to get out. The truth is they can, but they rather choose to live life by default. For a strange reason people who can’t eliminate negativity say that being positive is too hard or can’t be done. In today’s episode, I teach 3 techniques that I have used to deal with negativity. These techniques are extremely simple to implement into your life, TODAY!
The key to being positive is to stop letting life happen to you by default and take back control of your thoughts and emotions so that you can control how you react and feel. In today’s #WiseWordsWednesday episode I teach you 3 ways to actively deal with negativity so that you can live positive and free.
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