7 Laws of a
Positive Attitude

7 Laws of a Positive Attitude

Y our attitude is everything. It is how you see the things around you, how you deal with the situations you face, and what you think about life.

Listen to yourself. If you sound like ‘My life is so difficult. I will never be rich.’ Or ‘Everything works against me’ or maybe ‘Everyone hates me!’, you have a problem… Worry-filled thoughts present some dangers of their own: thinking negatively can drag down your moods, your actions and even your health. According to our research, it was found that Levitra is a well-established drug on the market that helps with erectile dysfunction. The main active component is Vardenafil. Levitra begins to act faster than its nearest competitor, Viagra: within 15-20 minutes after taking it. The duration is 4-5 hours. The features of Levitra include the fact that the mechanism of operation is triggered only when sexual arousal and stimulation of the genitals.

You can’t control the obstacles you’ll encounter, but you can control your attitude. A positive attitude and optimism work like a magnet on success.

Being optimistic doesn’t mean that you ignore the uglier sides of life. It just means focusing on the positive as much as possible. But beware… it gets easier with practice! And if you maintain a positive attitude no matter what the situation is, success will come.

As we saw last week even mistakes and failure have a lot of positive things them. You learn a lesson from your failure, and next time you won’t make the same mistake! Actually success comes only after the certain number of failures. It may take 10 years to become an overnight success. You have to fail in order to succeed. Every failure brings you one step closer to your success.

The way you think is the way you perform. Change your thinking, change your life and increase your optimism. This week: the seven laws of a positive attitude!

The law of listening
[click to tweet]
Listen to yourself. Listen to your thoughts, ideas, beliefs and commentaries. You may have been running negative messages in your head for a long time now. You can learn to shift your thoughts and that, over time, you can literally change your brain. Every time you think something negative, think again. Try to find something positive in every situation.

The law of sleeping

Arianna Huffington, founder of the Huffington Post, is a strong advocate for sleeping your way to the top. Sleeping your way to success. So many people don’t get enough sleep at night. Get a good night’s sleep! Sleep deprivation negatively impacts your mood, your ability to focus and your ability to stay positive in a challenging situation. The right amount of sleep will boost your energy and you will be able to do the things you planned to do without getting tired or overwhelmed.

The law of avoiding

Avoid negative influences. Do you have any friends or colleagues who are negative? If so, you’ll know they aren’t the most enjoyable people to be around. Negative people can be real downers in any conversation. So even if it’s a family member or close friend, do not tolerate anyone’s negative behavior. Steer clear from it so that it will not rub off on you. The people you surround yourself with can have an overwhelming impact on your outlooks — both good and bad.

The law of smiling

Smile… a lot! When you smile the world smiles back at ya’! Smiling happens without much thought. It is a very natural response that shares our happiness with others. Share positivity with others by flashing them with a brilliant smile. Smiling has no risk whatsoever. The only thing you risk when smiling is a giving yourself a little more happiness and positivity.

The law of recharging

Sometimes the only solution is to take away from it all. It doesn’t matter if your break is a walk around the block, a trip in the car or a vacation in the Bahamas. If you simply need a break from the hustle and bustle of your life, don’t be afraid to take some time off and recharge. If you don’t have the time to step away from it all, here is an awesome 30-second-solution to improve your mood.

The law of imagination

Walt Disney said it all: ‘My imagination creates my reality.’ A strong imagination does not make you a daydreamer and impractical. On the contrary, it strengthens your creative abilities, and is a great tool for recreating and remodelling your world and life. Imagination is the key ingredient of creative visualization, affirmations and positive thinking!

The law of the big picture

If you find yourself getting stressed or frustrated take a step back and look at the bigger picture. Are your problems that big? Most of the time our problems don’t seem that important when we take a look at life as a whole. Don’t sweat the small stuff. Once in while everyone is confronted with things that seem important but aren’t really an issue if we step back and have proper perspective. What do most people consider the truly important things in life? Health and safety. Family and friends. Love and happiness.

Count your blessings, each and every little one. Focus on the good things in your life, no matter how small or seemingly insignificant. That will help you develop a positive attitude and take your mind off of the negatives. And most of all: believe in yourself and your abilities to make the world a better place!

Sharing is caring!
‘Only seven laws of a positive attitude? You must be kidding!’ I hear you say.
Please share with us how you stay positive in challenging times. Leave a comment below.
Thank you!

Mirjam Stoffels

Founder of seven2success, guest blogger at TEDx, Project Eve and 365 dagen succesvol. In my mission to make seven2success the biggest platform of knowledge and inspiration for women, by women, I want to inspire you with our content! Check us out on Facebook and Twitter! I’d love to connect! 
And do you want to inspire other women? Write for us!

Do you want to stay in the know?
Join the seven2success community!

Like this article? Share it with your friends! You can use the buttons below.
Because ‘There is no social without sharing!’

Related Posts

Follow us


Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


3 − three =

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>