Change the focus of what you’re thinking. - Deepstash

Change the focus of what you’re thinking.

Free yourself from ideas that can be seen as self-destructive or insulting. Don’t overwhelm your mind with negative thinking that does nothing but bring you down. 

Here are some tips that can help you think positive :

  1. Look for your own strengths;
  2. Use positive self-talk. Adopt more positive language in your inner monologue. For example, instead of “I messed up and made another mistake”, you can say “that’s okay, I’ll do better next time!”;
  3. Keep in touch with people who motivate you and avoid those who bring you down; 
  4. Trust in your ability to perform the tasks that were given to you.


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