How Embracing a Positive Attitude, Can Enrich Your Life
And the Shockingly Huge Effect Body Language Plays in Having a Positive Attitude
So just how do you improve make your attitude your ally? First off, in order to improve and embrace a positive attitude, you must first realize the current condition of your attitude, and how it affects you daily. Below is an exercise to help you embrace a more positive and productive attitude.
Take one day and commit to having a positive attitude all day. Take notice of how others react to you and record it on paper. For the most revealing results, do this for one week and see what you find. There is no better proof than seeing this firsthand.
Are they friendlier? Do people seem to help you out more than usual? What other things happen during the day? Can you see the positive attitude influencing other things in your life during the day?
Once you have convinced yourself that your positive attitude really does influence your life, then you can begin to put the idea of making your attitude your ally into play.
Always strive to maintain your positive attitude. Let your positive attitude influence your life and let it lead you to good things and soon it will. You will start to see how it is bringing good things to you.
Improving and making your attitude your ally should incorporate your ideas, the way you think, your actions and body language and even your goals.
Make an effort to start turning all your thoughts and ideas into positive thoughts and ideas.
Start pushing the negativity out of your head and let positive thoughts guide you.
Every time you start to find your thoughts drifting to the negative, you should to make a conscious effort to make them positive instead.
It helps to train yourself to always find the positive in anything.
If you train your thoughts to go to the positive it will go a long way towards changing your attitude.
Your body language says a lot about you. Body language can tell others all about your attitude and personality. That is why it is incredibly important to make sure your body language is positive.
A Case Study at UCLA Reveals Shocking News in Regards to a Positive Attitude and Your Body Language
According to research done by Albert Mehrabia, currently Professor Emeritus of psychology at UCLA, words are only 7% of your communication. The rest is your voice tonality 38% and your body language at 55%. WOW!
Body language often corresponds with our attitudes and sometimes contradicts what our words are saying. When our body language and our words do not match, people are likely to believe the body language as it is often an unconscious thing that gives away the truth.
- Positive body language is when your body is open. You do not want to do things that close your body off, like crossing your arms.
You want to make eye contact and face people when talking to them. Show them that your interested and paying attention. Ask questions, and clarify your understanding.
- A smile is the best body language you can display to others.
Keeping a smile on your face will also benefit your attitude. Smiles have a way of making you feel good, so always be sure to have a smile on your face.
- Goals are important in any aspect of your life.
Goals can help you make things happen. Setting positive goals and sticking to them will help you maintain your positive attitude. These steps will help you em brace a positive attitude and greatly enrich your life overall.
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