Positive thinking is a mental and emotional attitude that focuses on the bright side of life and expects positive results.
Having a positive perception can help you make better intentions and make them more likely to be fulfilled. “When the brain is positive, it releases neurochemicals called success accelerators like dopamine and ignites a part of the brain that allows you to perceive more possibilities and process more information,” says Achor. In contrast, a negative mentality causes the brain to feel threatened, closing itself off to new opportunities.
Positive thinking is not accepted by everyone. Some, consider it as non-sense, and scoff at people who follow it, but there is a growing number of people, who accept positive thinking as a fact and believe in its effectiveness.
It seems that this subject is gaining popularity, as evidenced by the many books, lectures, and courses about it. Keep Reading