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Everybody has good and bad days in life, but some individuals seem able to maintain far more consistent levels of p...
Everybody has good and bad days in life, but some individuals seem able to maintain far more consistent levels of positivity and drive than others. It could be said that these people are better at managing their “mental hygiene.”
If you feel that you could do with a psychological boost, the strategies listed here could help:
The need for regular exercise is regurgitated to the point of cliché, but that’s because it works. Exercise boosts your endorphins, giving you a natural high that makes life more pleasurable and ensures that inevitable difficulties are easier to face.
Yes, some people sometimes seem to enjoy “all the luck,” but in reality few people in the world are blessed with a perfect life.
There’s little point in ruminating on past misfortunes, as all this will do is remove your focus on the future and (more importantly) the present, so do all you can to move on. If you’ve experienced major trauma in your past, then professional therapy may help you to move forward.
“You can only lose what you cling to.” - Buddha.
Some people always seem one step ahead; others are always late, always cancelling plans and always returning home to overdue bills and other “unforeseen disasters.”
There’s no fundamental difference between these types of people. It’s just that the former have learned the art of organization. If you fall into the latter camp, learn to manage your time; start to write lists and create spreadsheets; and, get up earlier. Essentially, just do whatever it is you need to do to remove the chaos.
Life is short, so you need to know what you want to do with it. If not, you risk plodding from day to day doing little more than existing—and those days soon become months and years.
Take stock, decide what you want to achieve in life, and do something every day that contributes towards it.
Take all of the above strategies on board, and hopefully the “brain fog” will lift, leaving you to go on and reach your real potential.