7 Exercises That Train Your Brain to Stay Positive

One of the greatest things you can do to stay positive throughout each day is to make sure you’re doing what you LOVE! If your job or hobby involves something that makes you feel guilty, or something that takes you further from where you desire to be in life, it’s time to switch it up.

I have written about the benefits of staying positive a number of times:

What is Positive Psychology?

Positive, Happy People Suffer Less Pain

How to Harness Positive Psychology for You – Harvard

Some Positive Motivational Posters

Tony

Our Better Health

by Power of Positivity    June 2nd, 2014 

As a daily positive thinker,  life’s distractions, negative people, and other external “brain drainers” can leave you faced with challenges to conquer. The good part is, you can learn to train your brain to help stay positive when times are tough.

Try these 7 tips to help train your brain to stay positive:

1. Daily Gratitude

    “Gratitude is the fairest blossom which springs from the soul.” – Henry Ward Beecher

Place your journal, a pad and pen or your phone with the gratitude app next to your bed each night.  When you wake up each morning, make it a habit to write down at least three things you’re grateful for. It can be anything from family and work to a good nights rest or the morning sunrise – whatever is positive in your life deserves a little thank you note from your…

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