Is Positive Thinking A Gain Or A Sacrifice?


Change Your Thinking


You can achieve thinking positively faster and easier by changing the way you think.

For this achievement, you'll learn how to change your thinking so that you:

  • Stop wanting to think positively for others, rather than yourself
  • Start wanting to think positively for yourself

To do this, learn why the first way of thinking doesn't help you or make sense, while the second one does, and then make choices based on what you've learned.

Stop wanting to think positively for others, rather than yourself

Here's why there's no value in this type of negative thinking:

  • This turns positive thinking into a job or noble sacrifice that you are doing for others. This kills your mind’s motivation to help you think more positively, so it makes it more challenging for you to think positive thoughts.
  • By approaching positive thinking as some sort of job, obligation, or sacrifice, as if you’re “giving up” something to think positively, you don’t enjoy the prospect of becoming a more positive thinker. If anything, you dislike it.
  • This approach to positive thinking hinders you from thinking positively also makes you dislike it. This approach is useless, and also doesn’t make any sense when you consider how positive thinking benefits you.

Start wanting to think positively for yourself

Here's why there's great value in this type of positive thinking:

  • By clearly wanting to think positively, your brain is completely energized and motivated to help you think more positive thoughts.
  • Feeling more energized and motivated to think positively feels good in and of itself. Also, the more motivated you are to think positive thoughts, the more success you have with positive thinking.
  • This approach helps you become a more positive thinker and makes you feel good. It is a valuable, positive approach, which makes complete sense in every way.

Enjoy a beneficial change that makes sense

  • Positive thinking benefits you in a lot of ways, including: a more worthwhile life, greater confidence, more happiness, more energy, more peace of mind, and more enjoyable social interactions.
  • You are clearly the prime beneficiary of positive thinking, experiencing the benefits of thinking positively well before anyone else ever does.
  • So it makes complete sense to want to think positively for yourself, regardless of what others want you to do, and to never approach positive thinking as some sort of “sacrifice” that you’re making for other people.



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