A life lesson everyone can benefit from learning

If I could pick one thing from my learnings in this life so far, it would be the virtue of positivity.

In other words, to achieve any kind of success in life, you must adopt a positive approach.

It sounds like a no-brainer, but this is one of those things that is straightforward for a reason. But the world around us is so full of negativity that sometimes we fail to see the obvious.

In other words, before you start anything – be it a project, or a task, or a game, starting off with a positive mindset can do wonders! It can be as simple as kicking off visualizing a positive outcome. In my experience, most of the time, you surprise yourself with a positive result! Of course, your success depends on the way you go about things, but starting with a positive mindset rewires your brain and helps you work hard to help you achieve the outcome.

Sounds easy right?

Not exactly. This is actually quite hard and needs a bit of practice. But if you practice a simple habit of kicking-off things on a positive note, you’ll see magic happening.

I know that when I say this, I tend to sound like a motivational speaker. Also I tend to put myself at risk of spreading toxic positivity too. That’s definitely not my intention. All I’m saying is that starting something with positive intentions leaves you with a better chance of achieving required results.

Because as the saying goes, well begun is half done!

This post was written as part of the Bloganuary challenge of WordPress.com. Bloganuary is a month-long challenge, where bloggers are challenged to write a new blog post every day, based on a daily writing prompt. You will need a WordPress.com account to get the prompts, but you can blog on any platform of your choice – OR even journal privately. Oh btw, there is no bloganuary police – so you can pick your own prompts if you wish to!

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