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How To Be A Positive Person

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Some tips to be a positive person. Content is from Leo Babauta, ZenHabits.net

Some tips to be a positive person. Content is from Leo Babauta, ZenHabits.net

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  • 1. How to be a Positive person
  • 2. Realize it’s possible, instead of telling yourself you can’t
  • 3. Become aware of your self-talk
  • 4. Squash negative thought like a bug !@# $~&^%**
  • 5. Replace them with positive thought
  • 6. Love what you have already
  • 7. Be grateful for your life, your gifts, and other people.
  • 8. Do it everyday
  • 9. Focus on what you have, not on what you haven’t
  • 10. Don’t compare yourself to others
  • 11. But be inspired by them
  • 12. Accept criticism with grace
  • 13. But ignore the naysayers
  • 14. See bad things as a blessing in disguise
  • 15. See failure as a steeping stone to success
  • 16. Surround yourself by those who are positive
  • 17. Complain less, Smile m☺re
  • 18. Imagine that you’re already positive
  • 19. Then become that person in your next act.
  • 20. “ A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort. - Herm Albright” Content from Leo Babauta, ZenHabits.net