When challenges arise, many people adopt a negative attitude. However, the most successful people resist the path of negativity and lean into a can-do, positive attitude. Instead of complaining, they look for solutions and ways to tackle the challenges head-on. Here are three ways to adopt a positive outlook in your daily life. Continue reading
Want to be more successful in 2015? Check your mindset. Your mindset dictates your habits and attitude, and can help you achieve your goals and overall success. Here are four things that have an impact on your mindset, as well as solutions to help you improve your mindset. Continue reading
Did you know that you set the tone for your day by the attitude you choose to adopt? In this clip from the real estate event, MasterMind Summit 2013, Brian Buffini explains why attitude is everything.
“Attitude is a daily choice.” –Brian Buffini click to tweet
Attitude impacts the chemicals that your body produces. When you’re happy, it releases powerful chemicals like dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin and endorphins. When you’re in a bad mood, the brain may release stress chemicals, which can impact your whole body. Even if you strive to keep your body in shape, you may be sabotaging your work with a poor attitude.
Make your attitude your trigger in the morning. Choose to be happy and you’ll find not only that you handle the problems that you face differently, you also handle them better. A positive attitude will help you see challenges as mere bumps in the road instead of giant mountains that are impossible to scale.
“Sound body, vigorous mind.”—Brian Buffini click to tweet
Make it a goal to turn your attitude around. Use Brian Buffini’s Referral Maker® real estate CRM to set a goal to do something to help you think positively each day, whether it’s writing 3 things you’re grateful for or repeating a positive mantra. Visit Referral Maker for more information and to start your 30-day free trial.
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We’ve all heard the saying, “you are what you eat,” but did you know that you are also what you read, listen to, watch, do and think? The information that grabs your attention each day and the people you choose to surround yourself with have a huge impact on your attitude. A comment that you overhear while in line to buy coffee can sour your attitude as can watching the news, spending time with pessimists and listening to that internal voice that always chimes in an opinion that you didn’t ask for. Continue reading