Aug 1, 2012

Boost Your Mood In Less Than 7 Minutes (Fast & Easy)

Do you want to know how to turn a frown into a smile in the shortest amount of time?

No need to run to the grocery to buy mood-boosting food...

No need to meditate (and get weird stares from people at the office while you hum)...

Read on for a technique that's quick, inconspicuous and so easy you can do it anytime, anywhere.

Instant and free mood-enhancer (no medication required - that's why I said free!)

Have those days when you feel nothing is going your way? Where you feel a sense of despair or betrayal that the universe has seemingly conspired against you?

Do you feel you're at the breaking point? That one more incident can push you into losing your sanity?

If so, you're definitely not alone; there are tons of people who feel this way.

Everyone has their bad days and what's worse is during those times, people just let negative emotions take over. Not good.

When that happens, you focus on negativity and refuse to acknowledge the good things that are happening. How unfortunate. Because it's the positive thoughts that can get you out of the slump.

{If you want to read more about how positive thinking can lead you to success, click here.}

So what's this awesome and practical technique? Simple! 

List down all the positive things in your life:

It doesn't matter whether you're in the office, at home, at a grocery line or anywhere else (as long you're not driving). You can do this. Right now.

  1. List 'em down!! Think of at least 5 things you are grateful and thankful for. You can jot them down on a piece of paper or type them into your smartphone.
  2. Read them twice or thrice to internalize them. There's something about writing and reading words over and over again that makes them sink in faster.
Oh, and keep the list handy so you can glance at them several times more. 

If you're in a slump today - though I really hope this isn't so - try this method and see how it you like it. 

Then, feel free to let me know how it worked on you!

{If you haven't read this yet: how positive thinking can you successful... do so now :)}

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