Tips For Maintaining A Positive Attitude PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 20 March 2011 20:27
According to Remez Sasson, a positive attitude surely helps one to cope more easily with the daily affairs of life. It brings optimism into your life, and makes it easier to avoid worry and negative thinking. If you adopt positive thinking as a way of life, it will bring constructive changes and make you happier, brighter and more successful. With a positive attitude you see the bright side of life, become optimistic and expect the best to happen. It is certainly a state of mind that is well worth developing and strengthening.

Helen Hunter proposed 10 ways to help maintain a positive attitude.
  1. Learn healthy ways to manage your stress
  2. Think of challenges as opportunities to shine
  3. Look for the best in others and yourself
  4. Eat right and get plenty of rest
  5. Exercise for 30 minutes or more on most days of the week
  6. Focus on the joys in life and remember to laugh
  7. Do something nice for someone
  8. Make time each day to relax
  9. Surround yourself with upbeat people
  10. Take pride in your work and your achievements
 
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