There are many forms of positive thinking, but that does not make it an easy skill to come by. The easiest way is to never start thinking in the negative way. If you do, however hard you try, begin to think bad, here is some advice to help you break your bad habit. first, discover what is making you feel bad about yourself. Second, try hard to do the opposite (note: This will take some time to get used to. Don't get discouraged and keep at it). if you procrastinate, make a schedule and stick to it. Not only will you feel better, you will be able to force yourself to do some of the things that make you feel worse.The effects of being a positive thinker are some of the most notable changes possible. People will look at you differently than they used to. you will feel better. You will get better grades from your newfound confidence. Finally you will inadvertently change into and more creative, nice, caring, and fun-to-be-around individual.
The opposite of positive, negative thinking is the easy road. It looks all good and fun, but leaves you with a sick and icky feeling inside. Negative thinking will get in your way, constantly hindering you in your everyday life. Your self esteem will drop, along with your evaluation of other people, even your friends. Negative thinking has many negative results. Some are that you will be looked down upon, both by others and yourself. Another is you won't be able to do as much because you're busy feeling bad. Finally, the worst thing that you could possibly do to yourself would be to become a negative thinker.