Your perspective predicts the outcome. The way we tackle each day can seriously change our outcome. Your perspective predicts your outcome in the long run. If you start the day on a good note, chances are, you’re more likely to say “yes” to either meeting with a friend, trying a new activity, or finishing that project at home. Think about when you start the day feeling lower than usual. The chances of wanting to complete anything are slimmer in comparison to those on that good day, right?
Your Perspective Predicts How You Tackle Each Day
How much easier is it to get things done at work when you’re firmly placed in a positive mindset? Maybe you had the time to meditate for 15 minutes prior to leaving for the job, or you referenced a gratitude list while brushing your teeth. It’s impossible to be happy and positive every day – we’re all only human. However, the more positive you are on a daily basis, the easier it can be to pull yourself out of a bad mood.
There Are Steps To Take To Help Improve Your Perspective
We tend to set ourselves up for the day through our morning routines and, perhaps, morning commutes. Here are some ideas to help you figure out what morning routine best works for you:
Changing Your Perspective Helps You Physically
If we wander through life with rainclouds over our heads, it’s almost. impossible to want to do anything – there’s that mentality of “why bother,” which absorbs our motivation faster than you can say “Ugh.” It’s difficult to get out of such moods, but it’s possible with the correct help (whether you talk to a trusted friend, start journaling to distinguish the problem at hand, or seek professional help). Once you start to feel better and begin steps towards adopting a brighter perspective, even exercising can become easier.
Don’t forget to make a gratitude list to either keep with you or on your bedside table. Remembering what we have and how far we’ve come is important.
And if you’re looking for more in-depth ideas, try Lindsey Glass’s simple to follow book of 100 tips: