What happy people do differently than grumpy people - Karen Salmansohn

What happy people do differently than grumpy people

What happy people do differently than grumpy people
Want to know what consistently happy people do differently than consistently grumpy people?

(Note: I’m not talking about people with medically diagnosed depression issues.)

I believe the number one big difference between grumpy people and happy people is…

Grumpy people are “negative evidence collectors.”

Grumpy people are dutifully looking for “awful” things, people, events, to put in a mental folder labeled “proof life is awful.”

In contrast…

what happy people do differently
Happy people are “positive evidence collectors.”

Happy people are constantly looking for awesome things, people, events, to put into a mental folder labeled “proof life is awesome.”

Because happy people collect awesome not awful stuff, they notice and attract more awesome stuff.

As a result happy people wind up filling up their mental folders with lots of happy evidence that life is indeed awesome – and they thereby feel a lot happier.

In summary:

Don’t be a negative evidence collector about life!

Be a positive evidence collector!

P.S. Know somebody who’s facing challenging times? Pass the positivity forward by sharing the poster below and/or sharing this posting!

What happy people do differently than grumpy people

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Karen Salmansohn (Founder)

Hi I’m Karen Salmansohn, founder of NotSalmon. My mission is to offer you easy-to-understand insights and tools to empower you to bloom into your happiest, highest potential self. I use playful analogies, feisty humor, and stylish graphics to distill big ideas – going as far back as ancient wisdom from Aristotle, Buddhism and Darwin to the latest research studies from Cognitive Therapy, Neuro Linquistic Programming, Neuroscience, Positive Psychology, Quantum Physics, Nutritional Studies – and then some.

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