One way to boost your positivity is to imagine a better future, whatever difficulty you’re in. When you have a more positive image of your future, you evoke positive emotions – one of which is feelings of hope. It’s hope that reminds us that there is always a good chance we can turn things around. Never give up!
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When are you inspired momentarily you are taken to a world outside yourself, yet you feel connected at the same time. You are moved. It could be you are lifted from your own self absorption or self-centeredness. You shift to an awareness and reality that there are forces at play that are bigger than you, outside you; and yes! you are part of them and moved in a heartfelt way.
You’ve heard of “count your blessings” how about “count your kindnesses?” When you show kindness through a genuine smile, through an authentic compliment, through a caring gesture, your positive emotions expand. You connect with others with your kindnesses. If you can build those micro-moments of connection every day, your positivity will strengthen.
Showing gratefulness is right up there when it comes to boosting your positivity, because when you experience gratefulness from the heart, it comes out of genuine appreciation. You feel you have been given a gift or recognition of some kind. And you respond with gratefulness. A great start is to just reflect on the small stuff. What are you grateful for? Stop to smell the roses, as they say.
I’m offering you ways to strengthen positivity. You’ll learn to be more positive even if your life is in chaos. You’ll be able to apply these simple practices whenever you feel the need to lift your spirits and your energy.
You'll take some golden nuggets away from this episode, especially if you feel you're too busy, overwhelmed, stressed, or simply a little depleted, because my guest today, mindfulness coach, Meg Salter knows all too well about facing the complexities of our ever changing world, You will hear stories and practices that may just help you make some positive changes in your life.
Successful wealth management leader bears his soul to share how he overcame personal tragedy to find the yoga of true wealth – a spiritual journey that crosses faiths and taps into ancient wisdom traditions. An inspiring story, that is intensely personal, yet belongs to us all.
Conversations worth having are filled with many generative questions that engage people's curiosity and interests. Generative questions build on experiences and open up possibilities for further inquiry. Dr Jackie Stavos, creator of SOAR shares her story.
New literacies for life – a set of skills, tools and principles that will guide us in the 21st century. Some think that these literacies are most appropriate for leaders of organizations, but they will work in any set of circumstances in our complex world.
Our questions determine the results we get. If we ask a “blah’ question, you are likely to get a “blah” response – for example, “What’s up?” will generate most likely “Not much!” “Nothing.” “What’s been the best part of your day so far?” is likely to have the respondent unscramble their brain to provide an answer to tell you about the best part of their day. Positive questions are more likely to grow positivity in your life.