Get Inspired- How to Change Your Negative Thinking Pattern so that you can balance the many facets of your life…
We often get in a rut with life and everything becomes a chore rather than something of a pleasure. Most people are in automatic mode on a daily basis without even realizing it.
They are frequently driving to work, take the kids to school, or pop in to make sure the grandparents are okay without any thought about the route they took. Their mind was someplace else as they turned every street and then all of a sudden, they are there. Think about it, how many times have you done this?
When the mind is too full, too busy, with too many projects, too much of everything, something is going to come up lacking. It can give you a feeling of being out of control and out of balance. This is when people start to become dissatisfied with what they think is the worst part of their life.
Actually, it may not be anything other than the need to take the time to prioritize and balance your everyday task. It is probably time to clear your head and start thinking about yourself.
If You Have Decided You Need a Job Change-an example
All of a sudden you are working at a job you can’t stand. You would very much like to quit, but are afraid you’ll attract more of the same. Often people will go to their Life Coach with questions like: “I want out of my present job so badly. I am too busy at work and can’t keep up with my home life or anything else. How can I leave my job without hurting my financial status”?
You are trained in this profession and your salary meets the standards. Should you try to change your thought and work on balancing your life?
Your Mind Is One of Your Best Assets-keep it positive
The best way to shorten the time spent in a negative situation is to focus on all the positives you can. If you can find something to appreciate, it could be time to clear your mind and think about the benefits of the job.
Even if it is simply appreciating a regular paycheck that covers your essentials, you will begin to feel better. When you focus on your accomplishment at your job, and the opportunities you have been given, it will help you weigh the good versus the not-so-good.
As you feel better, you’ll find it easier to notice something else that you appreciate about your job.
What if you can’t find a single positive aspect of your present job? If you don’t change the way you feel about your current job, you may attract another miserable job.
“Sometimes it’s easier to act yourself into a new way of thinking, asking yourself specific questions and then you may realize you are not as miserable as you could be.”
Often it is easier it is to change your mindset and turn the negatives into positives.
Organize Your Thoughts To Be Positive
It is highly known that the way we think can influence the outcome of many situations. If your thoughts are negative about everything you endeavor to do, nothing within your life will lead you to the success you desire.
This is simply because you will probably say to yourself; “this isn’t going to work like I need it to.” Instead of saying; “I am working hard to make this accomplishment within my life. I can do this, and nothing is stopping me, especially not my thoughts.”
It is important to train your mind to think positive instead of negative. Determine in your mind that all things will work out well.
Try to organize the thoughts in your head with the positives, instead of the negatives. For every negative one, you can find an opposite more positive thought.
At first, you are on the level of unawareness. We act without thinking. If we want changes to be made we have to learn to use those positive aspects in anything in life.
Back to the example: As you start to compile all of the good aspects of your job, you may actually realize that your thinking actually has nothing to do with your job. You may realize that you have some clutter within your life, and you need to prioritize all of it into something more balanced.
Quote to Encourage Your Positive Thinking
“Progress cannot occur without change; and those who cannot change their mind, cannot change anything.” George Benard Shaw