POSITIVITY GUIDE – SEE THE BEST IN EVERY SITUATION

How To: See the Best of Every Situation.

Positivity Guide. Say you started a new career and were really struggling. Sometimes you may feel incredibly out of your comfort zone, and it “doesn’t feel right” to you. The trick here is to recognize that uncomfortable feeling as something positive, the chance to expand your horizons and to learn new skills. On the other hand, you can feel miserable about it, and regret leaving your last job. If you never gave the new job a chance, you would have thrown away the chance to better yourself and prove you can do it. This kind of experience is invaluable and life changing.

 

Positivity Guide to See the Best of Every Situation with my top tips.

If there was a way to feel happy, relaxed, loving and ready to receive blessings EVERY day – would you want it?

Well, there is a way. Once you learn to see the best in every situation, you begin to feel and see differently all together. Whether it has something to do with yourself physically, mentally, or someone else. You don’t have to focus and get caught up on things that aren’t really issues. You can focus on things that you love. Doing this is a sure way to feel love and gratitude every single day.

There is a saying that someone who see’s bad things in others, is just revealing what he himself lacks. If you truly love yourself, you will love others in the same way.

Another way you can incorporate this simple action, is to recognise that your current state affects your decision. Have you ever been in a situation where you were so happy you made a certain decision, and it was “definitely” the right thing to do? Then something happens, and suddenly what you were so positive about the day before is suddenly the worst decision? Don’t make permanent decisions on temporary feelings. Instead, change your state when you are feeling negative. The way I do this is either meditation or motivating audiobooks/YouTube videos, such as Tony Robbins.

See challenges as opportunities. There is always a silver lining and a lesson to be learned.

Keep winning,

Alyssa