Happy people are more successful than unhappy people.
Feeling happy makes you more optimistic and motivates you to set and achieve new goals.
A happy and grateful attitude even improves your immune system and increases your energy levels so you can deal with life’s challenges without getting bogged down and burnt out.
So it’s backwards thinking to believe that you need to be successful to be happy.
Often times, the opposite is true.
Success comes from feelings of gratitude and genuine happiness for being alive.
Here’s one simple trick you can use every morning to maintain a healthy, positive attitude of thankfulness.
When you first wake up, before you do anything else, say to yourself: “Today I am grateful that…”
And then fill in the blank with anything you feel even remotely happy about.
Even on days when everything seems to be going wrong and there’s nothing to be grateful for…
No matter how bad things seem, the fact that you’re still alive means there’s something that can make you feel thankful.
- Maybe you’ve lost your job but you still have your health.
- Maybe you’ve fallen ill but you have a supportive family.
- Maybe you’ve lost a loved one but you have caring friends.
Just pick any one thing you can feel grateful for and then give thanks for it, out loud.
That’s all there is to it!
Now, maybe you’re thinking that this simple little exercise won’t do much good.
It’s too easy, or too silly to make any real difference?
On the contrary.
I can promise you that if you start tomorrow morning, and do it every morning for the next 30 days, it will change the entire direction of your life.
And the effects are cumulative.
The more you do it, the more it works.
The better things become in your life, and the more you feel like doing it.
You know how when you’re driving and you look at something off to the side of the road, and you begin to automatically drift in that direction without realizing even realizing it?
The same thing happens to your emotions on the “road” of life.
If you find yourself focusing too long on the obstacles in your path instead of focusing on the road ahead, your subconscious mind will begin to subtly shift your thoughts, feelings, and actions in ways that move you more towards the obstacles and away from your goals.
On the other hand, if you focus on feelings of gratitude for what you already have, your subconscious move you to think, feel and behave in ways that will create even more success and positive events in your life.
And when you spend the first few moments of every morning thinking about just one thing that makes you feel grateful, you will begin to feel happier in general.
The happier you feel, the more outgoing and energetic you will be.
You’ll make more friends and improve your existing relationships by making others happier.
And so you’ll make better decisions, take better care of yourself, and become more successful in everything you do.
All because you’re focused on thankfulness instead of neediness.
Founder – Speedzen Subliminals
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