Tap into Positive Thinking and Optimism When You Need it the Most
2/04/positive.jpg” alt=”" width=”300″ height=”215″ />There is no doubt that having an abundance of positive thinking and oodles of optimism is going to stand you in good stead throughout your life and of course, just as importantly, throughout your career. But can you tap into these qualities when you need it the most?
Nobody likes the thought of failure. In fact, the mere thought of not reaching your targets or failing to achieve some significant goal can create a set of boundaries that make you act differently from the word go, in fact, almost setting you up for failure.
Let’s be honest. When you succeed in life, the world seems a great place to live, you exude confidence, emit a vibe that is both captivating and attractive and motivation washes over you and through you in waves. You
can’t wait to get back and achieve even more and nothing seems out of your reach. Whether you are motivated by success in the form of hard cash or by acknowledgement and an important sounding title as a result of a promotion, you can’t wait to get stuck back in.
But when and if you fail to achieve, for whatever reason, motivation can plummet and take your confidence and self-esteem along with it. This is when you need to dig deep and retain that sense of positive thinking which if it generally happens naturally, shouldn’t be too far out of reach hopefully. When you are optimistic, you are looking for the best in everything, in fact, optimism is actually from the Latin word, ‘optimus’ and this means best. If you are optimistic, you don’t just hope that good things are going to come your way, you believe that they will. Retaining a sense of optimism will enable you to pick yourself up and dust yourself off when things are tough and to keep a hold of the thought that things are actually going to improve.
The problem if you are not particularly optimistic is that you can often believe that the whole world is against you and it’s not. Of course, anyone can be forgiven for sometimes feeling that they can’t do anything right and that the odds are stacked against them. Most people if not all, experience days when they just want to go home and crawl into bed and hide until the alarm goes off the next day. But realistically, the way to bounce back from any failure is to not allow yourself to be bombarded with negative, self-defeating negative thoughts, and to get a good grasp of the situation and analyse just how you can avoid it happening again. In other words, take control of your life. You might think that this is out of your reach but this is far from the truth. Everyone has the ability to make positive changes and to attract success, but it can help if you can believe that.
Real estate has its ups and downs. You are at the frontline of contrasting customer interaction. Clients by their very definition have their different needs and expectations. It’s important to not become discouraged if a client feels that you haven’t delivered when their expectations are completely unrealistic. When these situations occur, and they do, you have to look at the situation from a different angle and instead of beating yourself with a stick, instead, think about how you could have educated the client better.
Learn to trust yourself and your instinct and allow positive and not negative thinking to rule your life. You can guarantee that success will be prevalent with this approach and nothing can stop you from achieving success.