Maintaining a Positive Present Perspective is simple and can be executed by following this 3-step process:
Step 1: Consistently be aware of your thoughts and beliefs.
Step 2: Fearlessly take accountability for your habits and results.
Step 3: Constantly appreciate what you have, by treating it like what you want.
Step 1: Consistently be aware of your thoughts.
The key to this step is awareness. Being aware is the perception of a situation or fact. In order to perceive a situation, you must maintain a Positive Present Perspective. If you spend time being aware of your thoughts each day, you will develop the ability to manage them. If you are able to manage your thoughts, then when you observe a negative thought you can direct your attention to a positive thought that supports the belief you have in your ability to achieve your goal. Remember, the more positive thoughts you think, the more abundance you allow to flow into your life!
One way you can practice observing your thoughts is mindfulness meditation. During this mediation, you create an environment with minimal distractions where you can focus specifically on your breathing. When thoughts arise, you gently bring your attention back to your breathing. The more consistently you practice this meditation, the more effectively you can observe your thoughts, giving your attention only to those that are positive and support your goals.
Step 2: Fearlessly take accountability for your thought habits.
The key to this step is accountability. Being accountable means, you make the choice to take responsibility for your thought habits and the results they get, either positive or negative, based on those thoughts. In order to take responsibility for your thought habits, you must maintain a Positive Present Perspective. You can then accept that you are the creator of your reality, and in order for your results to change, your thought habits must change. Demonstrating fearlessness is also important. By being fearless, you have the courage to face any thought or result that does not support your goal, and practice bravery by swapping that thought out with a more supportive one.
One way you can practice being accountable for your thought habits is by reciting positive affirmations. The positive affirmations you choose should support the person you want to become based on the goals you are currently working towards. The more consistently you recite these positive affirmations, the more you will believe them. In moments when you are faced with a non-supportive thought, you will be able to swap it out with one of the supportive positive affirmations.