There seems to be an incredible amount of negativity all around us these days. We’re exposed to it through media, through our friends, coworkers, and pretty much everyone around us.
It’s easy to pinpoint the bad and much harder to find the beautiful and meaningful in everyday events and things.
Try to make a conscious effort to stop this, and to focus on the good and positive. Even though it’s not always easy, and even though you’ll fail at it often, it’s definitively worth it. It will make you and the people around you happier.
A positive outlook is a choice that you can always make. Here are 5 ways to make it a consistent practice.
Noting positive events and accomplishments at the end of each day and why those things make you feel good will help you reduce your stress levels.
Negativity is a creativity killer. Bernie Michalik looks at how to identify the negative people – and feedback loops – that are holding you back and turn them into positive inputs.
Condensed guide to changing your own life by Leo Babauta.
Until Next Week
Focusing on the positive and avoiding the negative can have a profound and deep impact on your life. Try it, all you have to lose is a bit of negativity.