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There is Power in Your Attitude

Positive thinking can only benefit you

Positive thinking can only benefit you

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Every person is equipped with the power to bring change. If you believe something will happen, be it positive or negative, it will happen. This power is known as intention. It’s a choice and we all control that choice with our attitude.

It all boils down to how you think. Scientists have proven that our minds get into a habit of producing thoughts with a certain mindset. If you usually see life through a negative lens, the chemical produced will be familiar to your brain. The same is true with positve thought.

This perspective will create a chain reaction that starts with the emotions we store and generate on a daily basis.If we learn to nurture the good feelings and discard the negative, then our energy will attract positive energy from others. A smile does wonders to create a better day, a better reaction, and a better life.

Being positive can only lead to good things in your life. Don’t accept defeat and never let negativity stand in your way. Don’t even let it effect your thoughts. Obviously this can be difficult at times. But if you are able to welcome the challenges that face you and take pride in what you have achieved, it will motivate you and energize you to continue this flow of good energy.

Only you can decide what your attitude will be. If you make the daily choice to have a positive attitude your positivity will rub off onto others and begin to change the world. Literally, your attitude and belief can change the world.

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Train Your Brain, Change Your Life

Positive ThinkingAndy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well-being, and Peak Human Performance.

“The primary cause of unhappiness is never the situation but your thoughts about it.”
― Eckhart TolleA New Earth: Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose

Reflect on how you interact with the world. For instance, when someone asks you how you are doing, do you automatically react with a positive or a negative answer? When you are by yourself in the rare quiet moments of your day, do you start thinking about how stressed and unhappy you are, or do you focus on what’s good in your life and say a quiet thank you. When your face is at rest, is your brow furrowed and your jaw clenched or is your expression peaceful with the hint of a smile? When you dream, are you fighting, running and fearful, or are you exploring, experiencing and inventing?

In life there are always going to be negative situations you have to face. Be it a personal habit, a work situation, a family emergency or just the general feeling of being overwhelmed. But rather than becoming a negative person from these negative situations, it’s best to learn how to handle them in the best way while still managing to stay positive.

The best advice is to define your day based on what you do and how you reacted rather than by what someone else did or said to you. Because in the end, the only thing you can attempt to control in life is your reaction. All other factors are outside of your grasp.

Its also important to remember that what we say and believe usually ends up being the true. Your thoughts, whether positive or negative, end up fulfilling themselves. And our brains can be trained to form a certain perspective. If you consistently see life through a negative lens, that’s what you’ll continue to see and viceversa. So as Cat Stevens says, “And if you want to live high, live high. And if you want to live low, live low.”

Maintaining a positive reaction throughout your day requires you to focus on the positive things in life. Life will improve as your thinking improves. If you have no real problems, but you’ve trained yourself to think negatively about life, then you’ll be less happy than a person with real problems and a good attitude.

You’re perspective equals your reality. Make it one you want to live.


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How To Cope With Job Loss And Unemployment

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Loss of job can take a heavy toll on you mentally and emotionally!

Loss of job can take a heavy toll on you
mentally and emotionally!

Unemployment or loss of job can cause a great deal of stress, depression and anxiety. In order cope with the situation adequately, you need to figure out some healthy outlets or channels, through which you’ll be able to deal with your emotions properly. Admitting to what you are truly feeling and working on defeating your pessimistic state of mind, will not only help you to get by but will also get you back on your feet again.

Firstly jot down how you feel about the situation.

In order to truly understand how you feel, it’s best to put it down on paper. This strategy can be extremely therapeutic and can rebuild your self-confidence. Plus, once you are done venting out your feelings about the situation, it will help you to move on.

Rather than moaning about the situation, push yourself to find another job.

Wallowing over the situation will lead to no good. Instead of dwelling on your job loss, just deal with the situation. Simply propel yourself out of that aura of negativity so that you may focus on the next part of your life.

Try finding the silver lining. Everything happens for a reason, and there always some good that comes out of it, sooner or later. There must be something you must have learnt from the experience and instead of crying over it, use it to your benefit and be grateful for it.

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What Exactly Is A Job Burnout?

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Job burnout leads to lack of motivation and lack of perspective!

Job burnout leads to lack of motivation
and lack of perspective!

Commonly burnout is a state where one is exhausted to such an extent where they are completely worn out emotionally, psychologically and physically. It is usually caused by undue and prolonged stress. In state of a burnout you tend to get overwhelmed by the most miniscule of things and what’s more are that you’ll find yourself unable to meet perpetual demands. Burnouts often lead to lack of motivation, interest and lack of perspective which consequently hampers your productivity levels at work.

Furthermore, a burnout depletes one of energy which leaves them feeling terribly feeble, pessimistic, hopeless and indignant. And with time individuals end up feeling completely worthless and feel as if they have nothing left to offer.

You are already suffering from a burnout if for you every day at work turns out to be a bad day and you can’t seem to care about any of it anymore. Moreover, you keep feeling stressed and drained at work constantly and perhaps you feel as if your work is taken for granted and is simply underappreciated.

Burnouts will not only affect your professional life but your social and personal life too. What’s more is that it can also make your more susceptible to illnesses like fever and flu. Hence in order to avoid its consequences learn to deal with burnouts properly.

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