The Reality about Positivity

Positivity Makes You More Likely to Go After Your Goals

When you have a healthy sense of self-esteem, you are more likely to go after your goals. You are more likely to believe in your dreams and visions if you can see yourself making it.

Positivity Makes You More Resilient

Positivity Makes for Good Leadership

To lead effectively, you need to draw people into your goals and mission. They need to know that you genuinely care. If you do not believe in your goals and mission, why should other people join you?

Your Environment & People Affects Your Positivity

Positivity Requires Work & Effort

People often say, “try being positive,” or “be happy.” Those words carry weight. Positivity and happiness are not going to fall from the sky. It takes work and effort from you.

Your Wellness Affects Your Positivity

How you take care of your body and health will affect your mood. Exercise is crucial. Making time to exercise affects your endorphins. This means that it will boost your mood and happiness levels.

Some Myths about Positivity

You Should be Positive all the Time

Being Positive Leads to Success

Positivity can lead to success. However, it is not all that is needed to achieve your goals. In addition to having the right mindset, you must be willing to put in the work.



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Isioma Ononye

Isioma Ononye

I write about finding yourself, developing your self-esteem, faith, mental health and communications. My Personal Guide on Confidence👉🏾