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Be positive about your achievements and success

by Jerome Shaw 5 months ago in success
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Success is important!

There is always something positive to take away from a negative circumstance. You have the option of concentrating on the positive or the negative. It is all up to you. You may concentrate on the hole in the doughnut, or you can concentrate on the doughnut as a whole. You may concentrate on the half of the glass that is empty, or you can concentrate on the half of the glass that is full. Choosing where to focus your attention is a question of attitude and decision, and it has the potential to influence your mood and state of mind.

At the end of each day, do you get the impression that you have accomplished little? Most of the time, if you take a moment to reflect, you will discover that this is not the case and that this sensation develops as a result of your attention being drawn to what you have not done rather than what you have done.

Sometimes a few things you didn't have time to accomplish have an impact on your state of mind, worrying over them and causing you distress. You may have accomplished a great deal at the end of the day, but what you have not accomplished fills your thoughts.

It happens from time to time that you begin your day planning to do a number of chores, but at the end of the day, you find that you have not completed all of the things you set out to complete. This makes you feel horrible about yourself. Instead of being content with the fact that you have completed the majority of the chores, you are preoccupied with what you have failed to do.

The feeling is similar to forgetting all you have accomplished, which may be a great deal, and believing you have accomplished nothing. This sensation is a waste of your time and energy, as well as a source of stress and dissatisfaction in your life. There is no reason to cause unhappiness that isn't absolutely essential.

Why not concentrate on the things that are going well in your life and on what you have done so far today? This will make you feel good about yourself and make you happy. Things that you didn't get around to doing today may always be completed tomorrow.

When you attempt to be happier and more pleased and put your attention on the things you did rather than the things you didn't accomplish, you are healthier and feel less stress, and your health improves as a result. Consider your accomplishments for the day at the conclusion of the day and just before going to bed before going to sleep. This will train your mind to pay attention to the good aspects of your life.

Draw your focus on the good aspects of your life that are taking place.

Take a look at what you've done and what you've achieved and express your gratitude for it. Concentrate on the positive things that happened today, on the progress that has been accomplished, and on the tasks and goals that you completed and met your objectives.

Think about what you have previously accomplished rather than what you have not been able to perform or finish. This suggests that you should be staring at the full half of the glass rather than the empty half. It is important not to dwell on what you missed or did not have the opportunity to accomplish today. Suppose they are crucial tasks, schedule time to do them the next day. Concentrate on the good aspects of your life, and they will expand in size. Concentrate on what you have already accomplished, and it will continue to expand. You can train your mind to concentrate on the positive, which will allow you to achieve more and live a happier and more successful life in the process.

It is possible to become more optimistic; it is a question of choice.

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Jerome Shaw

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