Loading Janine's IBOtoolbox mobile content... Loading depends on your connection speed!

Janine El Hinnawy


Active contributor | offline
Member since 12 / 2016

5 and a Half Very Simple Things You Can do to Cultivate a Positive Mindset

Positive Mindset Hacks

Mind your attitude.

Your attitude determines your altitude.

Your life is a sheer reflection of your attitude.

It can be easy to become negative and cynical toward the world without even noticing.

With the continuous exposure to tragedy and injustice that you are exposed to daily, you can quickly start to experience our own heartache and distress.

Not only is this negative attitude preventing you from enjoying your life to the fullest, but it can also have a significant impact on your health and overall well-being.

Here are five and a half powerful ways that you can begin to cultivate a positive mindset and change your life.

 

 #1 Keep a Gratitude Journal 

5 and a Half Very Simple Things You Can do to Cultivate a Positive Mindset

There are times when a single event can ruin your entire day, and an unpleasant interaction can overshadow the enjoyable parts of your day.

With this awareness in mind, you can intentionally focus on the good parts of the day by keeping a gratitude journal.

Every night, before you go to bed, write down five things that you’re grateful for and see how your attitude changes.

 

#2 Reframe Your Challenges

You have to get into the mindset that there are no dead ends, only re-directions.

Don’t let uncontrollable events render you helpless.

Learn to control the effort you put in and have fun with the challenges that you encounter.

Embrace challenges as a new adventure rather than attempting to resist an experience for growth.

 

#3 Use Positive Words to Describe Your Life

 The words you use have a lot more power than you think.

5 and a Half Very Simple Things You Can do to Cultivate a Positive Mindset

How you talk about your life is how your life will be.

Your mind hears what you say about yourself and your life.

If you describe your life as boring, hectic, chaotic, that’s is exactly how it will be.

However, if you use the words familiar, involved, or lively, you will see your life in an entirely different light.

 

#4 Don’t Get Dragged into Other People’s Complaints

A study conducted by the Warsaw School of Social Psychology determined that complaining leads to lower moods, negative emotions, and a decrease in life satisfaction and optimism.

Don’t let other’s pessimism bring you down.

If you don’t join in with the complaining, others will start to complain less as a result.

 

#5 Create a Morning Mindset Routine

5 and a Half Very Simple Things You Can do to Cultivate a Positive Mindset

The outcome of your day can be directly affected by your thoughts and actions when you wake up.

Mornings set the mood for the day, which makes it imperative to create a mindset that is positive.

Start your day with excitement and enthusiasm and see how it affects the rest of your day.

A shift in your mindset from negative to positive can have a dramatic impact on your life.

Not only does a positive mindset trigger optimism, but it can help you achieve your goals.

Start cultivating a positive mindset and watch how your life changes for the better.

To your success,

-Janine El Hinnawy

 

P.S. Looking for hack #5½? >>> Surround yourself with positive people who will support you on your way to success!

A simple way to start now: Join my Facebook group where I share a lot of value about mindset and how to create a life full of freedom, happiness, and health.

Click here to join us!

 

 

revolutionary seed nutrition

 

 

Press Release comments:

The Dalai Lama says that gratitude helps you to respect other people which would also mean you have a good attitude. Thanks for sharing Janine.Dominic Goss

A positive mindset with attitude and gratitude helps you to focus. Keeping a journal is a great idea and as a point of reference helps you maintain your balance. Thanks for sharing JanineCosmos Parris

I like that "Keep a Gratitude Journal"... I used to do 30 days of thankfulness, posting one thing I was thankful for on Facebook for 30 days!Greg Ray