Do you struggle to think positively? How do you measure up?
Do you say ‘mostly true’ or ‘mostly false’ to the following 5 questions?
- I tend to engage in gossip.
- I find it really hard to work with someone I don’t like.
- I find it I get frustrated over little things.
- I tend to sulk when I don’t get my own way.
- I don’t take feedback well.
If you answered ‘mostly true’ to 2 or more of these questions, your mindset is holding you back from a life filled with positivity!
Why attend the Pimp my Positivity Workshop?
Life can be challenging, but you already know that. But have you ever wondered why some people seem to see the best side of people and situations, even in the face of adversity?
Winston Churchill once said, “A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.”
Of course, pessimism is not all bad; it can prepare us for hard times which do happen to the best of us. The issue arises when we think negatively most of the time as it becomes habitual – the message is embedded in our brain much like an annoying commercial jingle. Furthermore, evidence shows that our tendency to look at things negatively can build up over time and have a cumulative effect on our brain – essentially, our hardwiring gets worse and worse.
You’re probably asking can a pessimist ever become an optimist? Of course! The good news is that just like we can re-wire an old house, we can re-wire our brains as well.
Here’s what you’ll achieve in this workshop
- Understand your descriptive style – how does your brain explain your inner and outer world to you?
- Learn the steps to change “I can’t” to “I can”
- Understand your obstacles to optimism (and how to get over them)
- How to stay afloat in the face of adversity
- Learn how to stay positive around negative people
- Understand how to take on feedback without frustration
- Be confident that ‘bad things’ won’t happen if you think positively
- Using positive thinking as steps to success in your business & relationships
- How to accept help without feeling like a failure
- How to amplify our strengths rather than focus on our weaknesses