Ways to build positive attitude


Astrology: A positive attitude makes you happier and more resilient, it improves your relationships, and it even increases your chances of success in any endeavor. Taking a positive attitude toward life makes you a happier person all round, and one that other people in your life look up to, and want to spend time with.


  • Recognize that change takes time. Think of building a positive attitude in the same way that you think of building strength or developing fitness. It’s an endeavor that takes consistent effort.
  • Write about positive things in your day. Review the day and find positive things about it. These can include things that made you happy, proud, awestruck, grateful, calm, content, pleased, or any other positive emotion.
  • Do things you enjoy. Take time for yourself by doing things you enjoy or that make you happy. It can be hard to take time for yourself, especially if you’re someone who tends to put other people first. It might also be challenging if you have a life situation such as having small children at home or taking care of someone who is ill.
  • Be Proactive. A reactive person allows others and external events to determine how they will feel. A proactive person decides how they will feel regardless of what may be going on around them. Be proactive by choosing your attitude and maintaining it throughout the day, regardless of what the day may bring.
  • Change Your Thoughts. Positive thoughts lead to a positive attitude, while negative thoughts lead to a negative attitude. Changing your attitude is as easy as hitting the “pause” button on what you’re thinking and choosing to think different thoughts.
  • Have a Purpose. Having a purpose in life gives you a fixed point in the horizon to focus on, so that you can remain steady amid life’s vicissitudes and challenges. Bringing meaning and purpose into your life—knowing why you are here—will do wonders for your attitude.
  • Focus On the Good. In order to have a positive attitude, focus on the good. Focus on the good in yourself, the good in your life, and the good in others.
  • Stop Expecting Life to Be Easy. The truth is, life gets tough at times. It can even be painful. But you’re brave and resourceful, and you can take it. Know that sometimes things won’t be easy, and adopt the attitude that you have what it takes to deal with anything that life throws at you.
  • Take time to think about moments of satisfaction. No one else is watching or judging your review of your day and yourself, so there’s no need to worry about seeming arrogant. You don’t have to be good at something or please others in order to enjoy it.
  • Maintain healthy relationships. Relationships are an important part of the human experience, even if you classify yourself as an “introvert,” or someone who recharges by being alone and doesn’t feel the need for a large number of friends. Friendships and relationships are a source of support, validation and strength for all genders and personalities