Mindset & Psychology

The Power of Positive Thinking: How to Rewire Your Brain for SUCCESS

I understand perfectly well that “successful success” and eternally positive optimism have already deeply tired us all.

At the same time, we must admit that it will be difficult for us to live without inner peace and a smile on our face.

It’s like going to the dentist.

None of us like these visits, but if you don’t go to the dentist every year, you’ll gradually lose all your teeth.

Do we need it?

In today’s article we’ll talk about how to “rewire” your brain for success.

So that our desires quickly “turn” into reality, delighting us and our family/friends.

1) Sometimes we forget that all the “most successful” people were not always “successful”

And that at the beginning of their journey they started with us from the same “starting point”.

But at some point they overtook us, then they pulled away significantly, and then their life achievements completely “flew into space.”

Yes, there is no guarantee that we will become millionaires (quickly), but repeated attempts lead to amazing success!

2) Failure is often short-lived

But our refusal to continue moving forward inevitably makes failure our constant “life companion.”

We must always remember this.

And we must also remember that the only thing Life requires of us is to just keep going (in the right direction).

3) Life happens now

Don’t put it off until later.

Stop scrolling through your social media feed!

Pay attention to your family and friends, treat yourself to a walk in the fresh air, buy theater tickets, plan your vacation, etc.

4) Practical usefulness, needed by everyone

I am sharing with you a simple “conflict resolution” technique that works great in both your personal and professional life.

It is based on switching from a “position of conflict” to a “position of cooperation.”

Here’s how it works:

In a typical conflict, its participants take an opposite (hostile) position relative to each other.

This is the “Me against you” attitude. We are on opposite sides of the barricades.”

To get out of this situation and “bury the hatchet,” the parties to the conflict should switch to one side — taking the common position “We are joining forces to fight the problem.”

Thus, former opponents turn into “brothers in arms” against a common enemy (a problematic situation that requires a solution).

5) “When the disciple’s ears are ready to listen, then the mouth comes to fill them with wisdom.”

I conclude our conversation today with this beautiful ancient saying.

And I sincerely hope that your ears are ready to receive new information.

And your hands are ready to do everything necessary so that your desired Future “materializes” as soon as possible!

By CashGuy

Online Money Maker

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