10 valuable habits of positive people

///10 valuable habits of positive people


We all easily distinguish positive people and instinctively want to keep company with them. Let’s have a look at good habits and properties of positive people and try to learn from them.

1. Positive people do not wait for a good day – they create it

“Waiting”, “chance”, “hope for success” are words of a passive viewer and are never found in the dictionary of a positive person. They tend to be very

actively involved in the construction of their lives. They work to make changes in the world to feel better in difficult times instead of waiting for the unique combination of stars in the sky.

2. Positive people easily give up the unnecessary

Many people try to cling to the last of their favorite ideas, things or even people, wasting their time and energy. Positive people easily let go things and ideas, if they find them unnecessary.

3. The past should stay in the past

Good and bad memories should stay right where they belong – in the past. Positive people do not spend their time, longing for the good old days, because they are too busy of working on their current and future day. They do not use negative experiences of the past for self-flagellation or regret, but for taking lessons and move to a better future.

4. Gratitude

Positive people do not focus on the obstacles on the way, but are willing to sincerely thank God, destiny and life for every taken step. For each day, full of new events, impressions and feelings. They see life as a treasure chest full of wonders.

5. Positive people focus on their capacities, not limitations

Optimistic people tend to see what they can do, not what they can not do. They are looking for opportunities and solutions, and do not dwell on why it is impossible. Even in the case of failure, they are looking for new opportunities and make a new attempt.

6. Positive people do not allow their fears to influence their life

The one who is guided by his fears and prejudices never can live a full and open life. Positive people do not neglect reasonable security measures, but would never refuse to go to a new country or try new activities because of fear of the unknown.

7. Positive people smile a lot!

This is the most visible feature of positive people. Not only are they usually in a good mood, but have a mysterious ability to pass it on to others. Optimism, easy attitude, good sense of humor and irony – all these qualities are necessary for positive people.

8. Sociability

It is hard to imagine a positive person, who leads a lonely and sad life. Typically, such people are good at communication and like making new friends.

9. Positive people know what pain and misery are

One of the biggest mistakes is to think that positive people are always happy. They also suffer and despair. They know negative emotions very well, but consciously choose the positive way of thinking.

10. Positive people are responsible for their lives

Positive people have too much respect of themselves to cultivate a victim complex. They do not moan and complain about the boss or quarrelsome wife. They do not blame their problems on other people or cosmic forces and rely only on themselves.

As you see, it is not difficult to become a positive person. You just need to work on yourself and cultivate the above habits and skills.

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By | 2017-01-13T21:55:15+00:00 October 13th, 2012|Categories: Personal Development, Self-Improvement|Tags: , |1 Comment

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  1. shane krupp February 15, 2014 at 4:30 am - Reply

    I for the most part am a positive person. And I do smile a lot. A lot a lot. But I do not think positive thinking people aren’t impervious to insecurities and self-doubt. This article is just a list of characteristics and generalizations, not habits. I did not see any explanations or suggestions for these “habits” either. Was a decent try.

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