The Benefits of a Positive Mindset
In Psychological view, Mindset is a belief system which through we can handle the situation. In every situation, we can understand what is going on and in this situation what should we do.
We can see two types of mindset – Positive and Negative. In this article, I am going to represent why we need positive mindset in our personal and Business life and what’s the impact of mindset.
What is a positive mindset?
A positive mindset is a thought process that is set on seeing the good in every situation. It is a deliberate choice, but do you know that a positive attitude cannot bear fruits without developing the right habits and actions?
What you envision your business will only be true when you take the right moves toward goal achievement. After establishing the right attitude, back it by actions. Develop both short-term and long-term goals for your business. Then take steps each day toward achieving the set business goals. Each act will draw you closer to your goal.
Developing a positive mindset is the path to unlimited business growth and success. This attitude will affect your staff, investors, and suppliers and allow who your brush shoulders with. A positive attitude is contagious. With a positive attitude, you are in control and confident besides offering your best for your business.
How your mindset affects your life
A positive mindset is not only necessary for success in business but also success in any area of life. If your life or business has stagnated, it is the right time to reconsider your attitude. Every goal in life is achievable provided you have the right mindset. This sets apart achievers from non-achievers. One habit of successful businessmen is a positive attitude.
Real Life Experience
I am going to show you a real-life experience about mindset – how mindset can change your life.
I used to work as a Health Carer. For job purposes, I saw many people’s health ups and down situation. I had a service user called Emma (I didn’t mention the real name). She was bedbound. But her husband-Jim (again not real name) was perfectly alright. His age was around 70. Every week he used to go for Golf, Jogging. Even he used to drive a sports car. In a word, I can say he used to live an active life.
One morning, when I went there I asked Emma where is Jim? Emma replied he has a doctor appointment, so he went to the doctor.
Next morning, when I went again I have seen Jim was sitting on his chair in their living room and he looks so exhausted. I asked Emma, what’s the matter? She answered Jim went to doctor yesterday and Doctor told him, he got Cancer and it is in the last stage. They can’t do anything, even they said it’s no point to start treatment. They said Jim can live maybe- not more than 3 months.
Then the worse situation I have seen. Within one week I saw Jim started to stay in bed. In week 2, he started to taking help from carer for personal care. And within one month he moves to cancer hospice. And In month 2 we lost Jim.
So now the question is, was Jim’s cancer spread that quick and was that the reason then within two months he died?
In my view, it’s all about mindset. Because the day he found he had cancer, that day before he came from Golf. But what’s happening in next day?
Most of the time our mind control our body. If you think you are active, no health problem, most of the time you will see you feel better even if you have any pain anywhere in