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Positive thinking

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  • 1. SUBMITTED TO: UZMA QAZI  SUBMITTED BY:  PALWASHA NAWAZ MARWAT  MOHSIN KHAN  SALMAN TARIQ  MOHAMMAD HARIS
  • 2. CONTENT  What is positive thinking?  Understanding positive thinking and self talk  10 Tips of positive thinking  Importance of positive thinking  Positive thinking v/s negative thinking  Advantages of positive thinking  How positive thinking reduce stress?  Conclusion
  • 3. What is positive thinking???????
  • 4. POSITIVE THINKING  Positive thinking is a discipline that trains the human mind to change a perceived reality by repeatedly making positive mental statements.
  • 5. Understanding positive thinking and self talk  Positive thinking often starts with self-talk. Self-talk is the endless stream of unspoken thoughts that run through your head every day. These automatic thoughts can be positive or negative. Some of your self-talk comes from logic and reason. Other self-talk may arise from misconceptions that you create because of lack of information.
  • 6. IMPORTANCE OF POSITIVE THINKING  Listen and learn daily  Be optimistic  Always be thankful for what you have.  Take responsibility for your actions.  Never allow negative emotions to control.
  • 7. TIPS TO THINK POSITIVE  Only use positive words when talking  Push out all the feeling that are not positive  Face up to change  Find something to laugh about.  Focus on finding a solution  Truly believe you will succeed
  • 8. Use positive words
  • 9. Push out all negative feeling
  • 10. Face up to change
  • 11. Find something to laugh about
  • 12. Finding solution
  • 13. Truly believe you will succeed
  • 14. Positive thinker v/s negative thinker  Positive thinkers are usually happy people.  Negative thinkers are often the complainers.  A Negative thinker see a difficulty in every opportunity.  A positive thinker see an opportunity in every difficulty.  The positive thinker sees the invisible, feels the intangible, and achieves the impossible.  Negative thinkers are those people who spread negative vibes and spread negativity wherever they live and go.
  • 15. Advantages of positive thinking  Improved focus  Reduce stress  Maintain self esteem  Better health  Success and happiness
  • 16. Improved focus
  • 17. Reduce stress
  • 18. Maintain self esteem
  • 19. Better health
  • 20. Success and happiness
  • 21. Problems with positive thinking  Positive thinking doesn’t “fix” things.  Positive thinking is not the only action to take.  Positive thinking can blind you .  Positive thinking can damage relationships if used improperly.
  • 22. Conclusion

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