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7 Ways to Practice Positivity and Optimism Every Day

Positive thinking helps us to be healthier, more productive and ultimately happier. Yet for most of us it is hard to practice optimism on a regular basis.

By now the benefits of positive thinking are well established. Sages, psychologists, neuroscientists, researchers and doctors all have been espousing the benefits of positive thinking for hundreds of years.

I am fascinated by the human quest to understand the underpinnings of positive thinking. From Epictetus to Ralph Waldo Emerson to Buddha to Dr. Martin Seligman to Oprah, I seek every bit of inspiring wisdom I can to practice optimism.

Here are my seven essential mantras that I find helpful to keep myself on a positive track.

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7 Ways to Practice Positivity and Optimism Every Day

  1. 1. by Faisal Hoque founder of: 7 Ways to Practice Positivity and Optimism Every Day Positive thinking helps us to be healthier, more productive and ultimately happier.
  2. 2. “Relieving the states that make life miserable…has made building the states that make life worth living less of a priority. The time has finally arrived for a science that seeks to understand positive emotion, build strength and virtue, and provide guideposts for finding what Aristotle called the 'good life.” - Dr. Martin Seligman
  3. 3. Negative thinking attracts negative energy; positive thinking attracts positive energy. If we go into a situation with a negative thought process then we are almost destined to have a negative outcome. Guide Your Energy
  4. 4. "I am the greatest, I said that even before I knew I was.” - Muhammad Ali
  5. 5. When you know yourself, you can act with a confidence that is your own. Connect with Ourselves
  6. 6. Visualization is a technique used by winners in all walks of life. Our minds have an enormous capacity to connect the invisible dots to guide us to strive for the impossible. Practice Visualization
  7. 7. “All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become.” - Buddha
  8. 8. Being truly in the moment allows us to escape from adversity and conserve our inner energy. Slow Down To Move Forward
  9. 9. Inspiration can come from anywhere and anyone. Writing allows us to consciously put these positive reaffirmations on paper to visualize our destiny. Read, Write, Watch
  10. 10. It is our trials and tribulations that make us who we are. Without compassion for ourselves we never find the awareness that allows us to nurture our true self. Be Kind To Yourself Flickr Photo: Joy Jordan
  11. 11. Resiliency begins with adaptability, acceptance, and gratitude. Positive and optimistic people lead themselves by constantly finding encouragement within their soul. Develop Resiliency
  12. 12. Shadoka’s por,olio of offerings enables entrepreneurship, growth, and social impact. Our customers and partners aspire to create sustainable value. They are focused on repeatable and measurable impact. We enable their aspira9ons. We bring together the management frameworks, digital pla,orms, and thought leadership for: •  Evalua@on, execu@on, and monitoring of programs •  Scaling sales, revenue, and profitability •  Crea@on and management of digital communi@es and marketplaces About SHADOKA Follow us @shadokaventures shadoka.com
  13. 13. About Me Founder of Shadoka and other companies. Shadoka enables entrepreneurship, growth, and social impact. Formerly of GE and other global brands. Author of several books, including Everything Connects – How to Transform and Lead in the Age of Crea:vity, Innova:on and Sustainability (McGraw Hill, 2014) and Survive to Thrive – 27 Prac:ces of Resilient Entrepreneurs, Innovators, And Leaders (Mo@va@onal Press, 2015). Follow me @faisal_hoque faisalhoque.com