A positive mindset keeps you going. It enables you to look at the positives of any situation and it helps you to visualize your goals, ultimately resulting in reaching them easier. The power of positive thinking is a popular concept, and sometimes it can feel a little cliché. But the physical and mental benefits of positive thinking have been demonstrated by multiple scientific studies. Positive thinking can give you more confidence, improve your mood, and even reduce the likelihood of developing health conditions.

Nobody’s perfect. We’re going to make mistakes and experience failure in multiple contexts, at multiple jobs and with multiple people at some stage of our lives it’s inevitable. But instead of focusing on how you failed, think about what you’re going to do next time, turn your failure into a lesson. Always remember that a positive mindset in business can be the difference between success and failure. It is all about learning just as a child which you were once upon a time tries to ride a bike for the first time and you fall off. You short term fail right…… but you continued to change and attempt to ride the bike without falling. It is this mindset we lose as we grow older we forget that everything in life is learnt through failing, reflecting and adapting until we succeed. So embrace your failures as it is apart of the journey to the outcome you are working towards.

Take a look at how you can remain positive weather you are self-employed, an entrepreneur, or someone trying to climb the ladder in your given field, you must always remain positive no matter what challenges you encounter. Almost invariably, you’re going to encounter obstacles throughout the day there’s no such thing as a perfect day, we wouldn’t appreciate the sunny days if we never had the rainy days. When you encounter such a challenge, focus on the benefits, no matter how slight or unimportant they may seem, using gratitude as the fuel to keep you going. It is impossible to be grateful and angry or sad at the same time those emotions can’t overlap. When facing hardships, setbacks, or self-doubt about your skills and abilities, positive thinking and daily affirmations to yourself saying that you’ll succeed can be a powerful force in helping you overcome anything. Get to a mental place of gratitude, them visualise and manifest positive thoughts and visions and know the process takes time, hard work and resilience. Preparing yourself and your mind for the bad days ahead makes it easier to pull your mind out of that negative spiral when it arises, you will be aware when it hits you.

Someone with a positive mindset handles challenges with self-assurance and composure. These people have confidence in their professional skills and ability to deal with obstacles. They can manage stress, remain calm under pressure and plan to resolve problems effectively. A resilient attitude also requires strong goal orientation, which means monitoring progress ongoing and regulating behavior that affects the goals one sets for oneself. Remember riding a bike you aren’t born with these qualities in mindset control they are trained into the mind, they are developed and practiced. You need to pay attention every day to the mind, understand what it is doing and refocusing it’s energy to the end goal. Setting goals daily and having a routine that starts your day with a positive and strong vibe is critical to remapping the brain to become more ruthless to success.

If you maintain a positive attitude, this will be infectious and those around you will pick up on your positive energy. Everyone in your company will feel positive and customers will want to do business with you. This in turn will lead to you maximizing the performance of your business. With a positive approach you will feel in control and confident and you will perform at your best. Then this is where it gets interesting because as soon as you get momentum, you see it working and improvements happen the snow ball affect kicks in. You start to believe in it, you focus more on it and are so in tune to what you do and when or why you do it then.

So a little recap to this is start a routine. Hold gratitude within you mind and body, visualise your outcome and focus and know your true purpose the end game. Write down these goals or vision, create parts of the routine that get your energy up. Thi can be gym, running, yoga as long as it is a sustainable and effective part to the process. Be ready for setbacks, embrace them and reflect on where you slipped up, then replan your strategy or ways to retrain the brain around those obstacles and try again. Bringing yourself always back to the good energy and purpose of the why and the long term vision. Give yourself daily praise for the small things, any progress is progress, a failure is process as you have now identified another way as to what doesn’t work. Now go out there and smash your future into the destiny you deserve.

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Kane Hansen

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