Be positive every day!

Today I’ll reveal my favorite trick for staying positive!

If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know that I’m slightly obsessed with keeping people as positive as possible. Why is that? That is because I know that my clients who tend to succeed and go far in their business and get into the careers that they want to have are the people who can stay in a positive frame of mind as often as possible.

A lot of times in my Savvy Success Masterminds, The Ultimate Career Bootcamp, or with my private clients, we spend a lot of time on the topic of getting in the right mindset.
My favorite tip lately for keeping you positive, or even myself positive, is to write down all of my wins every single day. I have a big dream board. Some of you who did the Effective Goal Setting course will know what that dream board looks like. Or if you follow me on Instagram, you also would’ve seen my dream board.

On the one section of my dream board I have goals, and I also have wins written down. Every single time that something positive happens, that is growing my business, or I get something, even as a gift sometimes, I’ll write it down as a win. It’s changed my attitude, and it’s shifted my perspective and my focus, to the things that went right in my day.

That keeps me positive to keep going and achieving what it is that I want to achieve. I’ve also seen this work for my clients. The more you can shift your focus, and your energy, to the things that are going right in your day, or in your life, the easier it is for you to stay engaged, positive and focused on achieving your goals.

The minute you allow yourself to start to look at all the negative stuff, which, let’s face it, negative things happens too … That’s when you completely start to lose focus, and that’s normally where I see my clients start to stumble and get off track.

If you have a couple of hefty goals that you’re currently working towards, I strongly recommend that you adapt this little trick. It will help you to shift your focus, get more positive, and stay motivated so that you can live to your fullest potential. Also check out my blog post “The one easy thing all successful people do.”

Now I’d love to hear from you:

If you enjoyed this tip, comment in the section below! Do you have a wins-list? Or do you have other tips for staying positive? Tell me below.
Also, remember that if you found this video helpful, to share it with one or two of your friends who could also benefit, and help them to stay positive and achieve their dreams as well.

Here’s my wins board in the back:

 

2 thoughts on “Be positive every day!

  • June 21, 2017 at 4:13 pm
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    One of the ways that we try to keep our whole family invested in being positive and recognizing “wins” in their day is at dinner time. During the meal, we each go around the table and state one positive or good thing about our day, and one thing that is on our mind. This allows us to be positive, but also recognize if we are worried, concerned, or preoccupied with something in our life. We have been doing this with my two step children (7 and 11, both girls) for 2 years. They love having a structure to start the conversation and look forward to sharing what is going on with them. It is also a great opportunity for the adults to be positive, but also model what a healthy self awareness and positive outlook looks like. It also helps them to see that everyone has goals and we should all be working on ourselves all the time.

    • June 21, 2017 at 7:52 pm
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      I Love this! Thank you for sharing – what a great ritual to practice, especially with family.

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