Positive thinking, what exactly is it, and why is it such a game-changer in life? I've dedicated a significant part of my time to understanding and sharing the profound impact of positivity. I've recently written an eBook, "The Power of Positive Thinking: A Guide to Transforming Your Life," and today, I'd like to share my passion for this subject, explaining what positive thinking is, why I wrote the book, and how it can change your life. If you want to check it out click this link The POWER of POSITIVE THINKING
I still remember when I graduated from college, and I had doubts that I might not get a Job or I might be like others who wouldn't be hired, and be a "Tambay". "Tambay" is a Filipino word that refers to a person who is hanging out or loitering in a particular place, often without any specific purpose. I have too many negative thoughts and doubts about myself thinking I might not be able to reach my dreams because of it.
Because of This, I really need to change something about myself. So, I tried watching motivational videos on YouTube and started reading quotes, and blogs.
At first, it was working, but as time went by, I realized that it always comes back. So I continued doing it whenever I felt down or stressed. After months of doing it, I realized that it actually helps. And after years of doing it, I realized that I am now less angry, less doubting, and less negatively thinking.
You see when we face struggles, or face an unknown future, we fear something and start to doubt ourselves. We are always facing new things in life and sometimes we fear what comes next, and we start doubting and thinking negatively. And we need to change that.
After we graduate from college or as we grow old, we have to face different new and same events in our lives like finding a Job, working, projects, assignments, having relationships, kids, money, debt, house, bills, new friends, enemies, quarrels, etc. And most of us fear what happens next because we don't know yet how to face them, especially things that are new to us.
But fear not, it seems that fear is just normal, it's just part of us. So instead let's just embrace the fear, and try to fix it. I recommend that if you fail or succeed in facing that new thing, you should take note of what you learned and think of how to improve it. So that when face it again, you at least have a plan on facing it. I recommend writing it on a piece of paper or on your PC or Phone where you can easily access it. And I guarantee you that will help.
In the eBook I created, I have included some exercises that can help on improving positive thinking. So be sure to check out The POWER of POSITIVE THINKING.
Absolutely, I understand that many of you are software engineers, developers, programmers, and designers, and I want you to know that it's perfectly normal to encounter both easy and challenging tasks in your career. We all have those moments where fear and doubt creep in, making us question our career choices. It's human to feel that way sometimes.
But here's a friendly piece of advice: try to combat those negative thoughts with positive ones. Instead of thinking you can't do it, view it as an exciting challenge. Imagine yourself as someone who enjoys learning and mastering new things. Embrace the process of learning, and just give it a shot. If things don't work out as planned, don't worry. Debugging your life is a lot like debugging your code—identify the issues, make necessary changes, and try again.
Remember, those moments of self-doubt are just temporary setbacks, and positive thinking can help you overcome them. Stay curious, stay positive, and keep pushing your boundaries. You've got this! 😊
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