The Pocket Book of Positivity and Reframing: Fifty reminders, including practical tips, on how to be positive and to turn what might seem like negative situations into opportunities for growth.
Are you your own worst enemy when it comes to negative thinking?
Do negative thoughts swirl around your head from the moment you wake up, and then end up dragging your mood down?
The simple journaling tools in this book can quickly change this way of thinking and reframe past experiences.
This book will help you challenge the negative soundtrack in your mind and live a happier and more positive life.
Optimists are constantly looking for opportunities to grow and develop, even if it is tough. Optimists enjoy a challenge and have a deep belief in their ability to master a situation. An optimist will always see the half glass full and will be determined to try again. This doesn’t mean that it is easy to be an optimist, it takes lots of hard work, passion and a strong mind, but it is within us all. Optimists are more resilient, they make better entrepreneurs, experience better health outcomes, live longer and are more satisfied with their relationships (John Medina: Brain Rules for Aging Well). Optimism enables people to continue to strive in the face of difficulty, while pessimism leaves them depressed and resigned to failure — even expecting it.
Get ready to make some vital changes for a happier and more content you.