1: Make a note of at least one positive experience every day

Can you think of a positive experience that you experienced today?

Many people don't see the forest anymore because of the trees and lose sight of the beautiful side of life. So make a habit of writing down a nice experience every day.

2: Let others inspire you

Maybe they are songs, movies, books or little wisdom. As a small morning routine, you can already deal with these things. This way you start your day in a better mood!

3: Eliminate negativity in daily conversations

You know these people. Each of us has at least 2-3 of these people on our own social network. Conversations consist of up to 80% of suffering stories, complaints or criticism. Surely you don't want to make the same impression, because negativity can be very contagious.

Our tip for you: try to speak more consciously and eliminate negativity from your conversations. Avoid negative adjectives and constant whining. Nobody likes to surround themselves with those people.

4: Turn negative thoughts into constructive ideas

How? Next time you make yourself aware of this, as soon as a negative thought comes in. Hold on briefly inside, accept the situation as it is and try to replace the negative thought with a positive one.

Buddha once said wisely:

"The mind is everything. What you think you become."

5: Laugh at yourself and your friends more often

Do an experiment today: smile at a person on the street and wait for their reaction. You will certainly be regained a smile or at least be perceived positively. This will also make you more happy.

6: Set long-term goals and make yourself aware of why you want to achieve them.

Long-term goals help you not to live meaninglessly in front of you every day. They give you more quality of life and self-motivation. So write down what you want to achieve in the long term and why.

7: Focus on the present

If you live in the present, you live exactly where life happens. Everything else is an illusion, because "tomorrow" and "yesterday" are just concepts. Time is always in the here and now and that's where you should be.

8: Go out every day and enjoy the fresh air

To escape the negative loop, simply cut yourself off from the digital world and focus on yourself during your daily walk in nature.

9: Ask yourself what is good about this moment

Stop a few times a day and try to see the good things in each moment. This makes you live more consciously and trains positive thinking every day.

10: Face your strengths and weaknesses and write down suggestions for improvement of your weaknesses

Everyone has his weaknesses. In addition, not only your strengths but also your weaknesses are expandable. Therefore, make a list of your strengths and weaknesses and think about how you can overcome your weaknesses.

What will you answer in a few months to the question of whether the glass is half empty or full?

Hopefully the last point. Because as you now know, positive thinking is a great advantage for all areas of life. You will learn new skills, discover countless development possibilities and be more happy with yourself. You make life practically worth living.