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Positive Thinking – Surviving Negative Environments

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Positive Thinking – Surviving Negative Environments

In this video I’ll teach you how to deal with negative environments

You will find plenty of these wherever you go, simply because there are a lot of negative people around, so again a hazard you have to deal with regularly

1) Use Your Instincts
2) Keep Your Shields Up
3) Look Confident
4) Try To Change

1) Your instincts are your number one best guide, if you have a bad feeling about someone or a place, it is usually right. So if you get a feeling you shouldn’t go into that club, or bar, listen! Go somewhere else where you feel better about it.
If you feel like you need to walk or drive a different route today, do it.
Your instincts are trying to look after you, they don’t speak, they just try to tell you by feeling.

2) If you have to be in a negative place, like an office for example, many of us do, try to hang onto your energy and protect yourself as much as you can.
Very similar to dealing with negative people, be friendly, be pleasant, but don’t reveal too much, or anything personal that can be used to undermine you and gain power over you. Do what you need to do to survive, but don’t be a slave to it.

3) Look confident, don’t appear to get upset or get too emotional, it again appears as a weakness. Fine to do that when no one else is looking. Emotions are what make you more powerful than anyone else. But they’re used against you in negative situations. That’s why people who display fear are more likely to be victims, because people can instinctively read your fear, so mask it as much as you can.

4) Try to change negative places for more positive ones, you are in charge of where you go, what you do, so keep working on improving every aspect. Where you live, work, socialize. Upgrade them one by one.
Try to think of the end result of the great places you will be when you change, rather than focus on the bad situation you may be in, don’t focus on the obstacles, look ahead to the end result.

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Positive Thinking – How To Deal With Negative People

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Learning how to deal with negative people can be really tough, but you can do it if you follow three rules.

1) Deflect
2) Stay Calm
3) Put It In Perspective

If you can deflect other peoples anger and frustration, and not be affected by it, then they can’t get to you or drag you where they are.

You are responsible for how you think and feel, not them. They are external to you, so why should they be able to control you? They shouldn’t!

Don’t allow people to rent space inside your own head, it’s yours to decide what’s in there, not other people.

Stay calm and you stay rational and can think straight, don’t get into a primal state and start reacting like a primate would.

Put things into the correct perspective, in the scheme of things, is it really important what they did or said? Focus on the good memories from the past and present, however small, use that as fuel to realize you have something to be grateful for.

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How To Master The Creative Mind Part 4

You should now know how to find out what holds you back, how to split a daunting task into smaller pieces, and how to reward your creative mind.

It should be on your side and ready to go, and happy to stick to the schedule you want to give it.

When you’re actually making a track, use your creative instinct to tell you what works and what doesn’t. It always knows best, but it speaks in a feeling and very few words.
If it’s too detailed and too quickfire, that’s your conscious mind and you need to ignore it.

Your creative mind is a problem solving powerhouse with pre-cognitive powers, given time it can usually answer just about any problem.

If it feels wrong, then it probably is, so start again or scrap what you’re doing.