Google describes positive thinking as “a mental attitude in which you expect good and favorable results. In other words, positive thinking is the process of creating thoughts that create and transform energy into reality. A positive mind waits for happiness, health, and a happy ending in any situation.” Regardless of one’s beliefs, one’s mindset whether positive or negative determines various situations in life.
There is a popular internet collage which shows that an optimist observes a bowl filled with water to half as ‘half full’. A pessimist, on the other hand, observes it as ‘half empty’. The similar observation can be applied to the financial and banking sector. Whereas a man can observe his bank balance in his bank account as half full or half empty. This observation is very much related to the fact as to how much money does the man regards as satisfactory and with how much will he be happy. For example, if a poor farmer earns Rs 500 on a day, he will be very much happy and satisfied. However, this will probably be not the case for a rich businessman.
“Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference”
This statement could not be truer. Our mind and subconscious are full of thoughts. These thoughts manifest themselves through different actions in our life. So, the production of positive thoughts is of utmost importance in this regard. To build a positive outlook, one must be aware of his thoughts. One must listen to his inner voice while asking questions to himself. One must listen to the answer of the inner voice while asking questions like “Whether I can make a profit out of this year?” or “Whether I can be a millionaire any time soon?” One must also start to think positively. One must not stop at hurdles. Instead of thinking about how large this hurdle is, one must churn his thoughts. One must think how this hurdle or problem can be solved and then solve the problem. Another way of maintaining positivity is to speak positively.
Why Positive Thinking?
Figures from Step Change Debt Charity in the USA revealed that 60 percent adult females of this generation are so stressed about the money they’re suffering from depression and anxiety. A study from the newspaper Daily Express reveals that Hypnotherapist Ailsa Frank has helped countless clients, from impoverished graduates with no provision for pension, to increase their savings over the years. The motto of Alisa has been, “One needs to banish negative patterns of thinking.” Ailsa also says that she is not a financial expert but has knowledge due to her profession. She knows the importance of positive thinking when it comes to changing negative situations.
The way to completing any big task is to divide into a number of small steps. Similarly, the first step towards building a good, healthy bank balance is to have a positive mindset. After all, “In order to carry a positive action we must develop here a positive vision”, said the Dalai Lama.