How to Change Mindset And Attitude, Continuation…
4. Write your goals down daily
It is important to be reminded of your goals and dreams on a daily basis. How exactly do you do this? By writing your goals and dreams down on paper daily. This will helps rewire your brain and ensuring that you are focused in completing tasks that will achieve your desired outcomes.
Don’t forget to cross your tasks off your list once you complete them, this will improve your mindset while giving you a sense of fulfillment and feeling that you’re making progress.
5. Challenge your thoughts.
When old thinking comes up, as it will, it’s not enough to try and ignore it. We need to challenge our beliefs.
Is everything too expensive, or is it just that I can’t afford it? Do “people suck,” or am I just looking for things to criticize?
Weigh your thoughts against the evidence. If they crumble under scrutiny, then explore why you believe them in the first place. By challenging your thoughts, your mindset will begin to evolve.
6. Abstain from all “bad news.”
Wars, murders, and politics all add baggage to our thoughts.
It makes sense that most of the mainstream media focuses on bad news, though, because tragedy sells. It doesn’t make sense for us to sit around stewing over this bad news. It’s certainly not going to allow for an optimal mindset, one that’s focused on the best that life has to offer.
By tuning into the news about a plane crash thousands of miles away, we’re putting our mental energy into something that won’t help. We can’t change the bad things happening at any given moment, but if we put our attention into things we can change, our lives will improve.