“Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you’ll start having positive results”.
Positive people make positive things happen is one of my favorite quotes to live by! This quote has been with me for years—I do not even remember when or where I started using it but incorporate this quote in life daily.
The quote is straight forward and simple but has the power to transform. Think of the negative people you know and their impact within the work environment. I mention the work environment but negative people impact us whenever they are around. I would love to say you can avoid negative people but there are times when you will come in contact with them. Do not let this time linger as these folks can drain you. Nothing is ever good enough or there is always a reason why something cannot be done.
Let’s get back to the positives in this article! 😊
Positive anything is better than the negative counterpart. Think of the positive people in your life and how they make YOU feel. These folks are always seeking a way to make things around them better. It could be how they greet you in the morning or the ever present smile on their face even when things are not going their way. It would be easy for them to complain but they do not. They seek the positives in the situation and how to make things better. They strive to get things done and not worry about the circumstances.
This ability to seek the positives directly translates to making positive things happen. This is not a coincidence—focusing on positives allows these folks to generate positive outcomes. They use their time and energy to find solutions to make a difference on projects they work on.
These are the folks I gravitate towards because they are solution focused—not looking for excuses why things cannot get done. I pride myself as a positive person and wake up daily to make a difference in the world. This mindset has helped guide me towards successful outcomes in whatever venture I seek to conquer. Please note, there are days when negative thoughts creep in but I quickly shake them off so I can continue to move forward.
That negative friend, coworker or family member drains energy by identifying why something cannot be done. These negative folks spend more time taking away from finding a solution—there are times where I see this negative mindset attract like minded folks and they feed off each other. Do not fall into this trap—avoid these people at all costs. Better yet, be so positive they want to avoid you or at least want to emulate the positivity you put on display daily. I find joy frustrating negative people by not allowing their issues to come into my world.
My goal is for them to join in on the positive things happening.
What do you do to ensure a positive mindset? How do you avoid the negative noise from others?
As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another