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Why Every Day Should Be Positive Thinking Day

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An American entrepreneur set aside September 13th back in 2003 as a day to concentrate on all things positive. Positive Thinking Day is a reminder of the numerous rewards and happiness we can accomplish when we engage in positive thought patterns. Not everyone is born with a PMA, and it isn't something we can simply download; it's a lifelong mission of re-training our minds to think positive every single day.

Why Every Day Should Be Positive Thinking Day

positive thinking day

Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out. If you don't believe in yourself and you let that negative voice inside your head rule your life, you are blocking your own success and happiness.

Here's how to incorporate a positive attitude every day:

#1. Start your day right.

Have a morning routine that starts your day right. Repeat positive affirmations that resonate with you, and say out loud "Today is going to be a great day!" Activating this mindset makes you a force to be reckoned with that helps you overcome any obstacles the universe throws at you today.

#2. Surround yourself with positive people.

Have you ever noticed how drained you feel after being around negative people who find a problem with every solution? That's because they are energy vampires. Surround yourself with positive people to uplift and motivate your soul while inspiring you to go harder.

#3. Practice gratitude.

Gratitude is so gangster! The more you appreciate what you are blessed to have in this life, the more the universe will reward you with more blessings.

#4. Practice positivity.

Listen to a motivational podcast or read an inspirational book that trains your brain to think positively.

#5. Banish the negativity monsters.

Any time your negative inner voice tries to control you with self-doubt, overpower it by repeating positive affirmations. Over time, you will be able to extinguish negative thoughts before they even arise. On challenging days where you're feeling completely defeated, stop everything and take a walk or meditate to reset your mind.

#6. Participate in a random act of kindness.

Pay for someone's coffee spontaneously, help an elderly person with their shopping, or buy food for a homeless person. Random acts of kindness are an effortless way to help make the world a more beautiful place.