Would you like to maximize your work performance and increase your happiness and gratitude? Most of us want to do this and very briefly I want to let you know how you can get started doing this right now.
Scientists and physicians, such as Dr. Daniel Amen, have done a great amount of study in the field of neuroscience and how our thoughts and mindset affect our lives and overall success. Results of these studies tell us that a combination of realistic thinking, daily affirmations and practicing positive thinking makes the difference between success and happiness versus failure and depression. The good news? It is 100% free and readily available for you to start doing today!
Realistic thinking is a process. It is what we think about and react to in our daily lives. It involves not replacing negative thoughts with positive thoughts, but it is the development of a process that helps you change deeply ingrained habits of thought. As you begin to change your mindset you will increase your ability to control your thought processes and how you react. This, in a nutshell, is how to become a realistic thinker and to move forward to a life filled with gratitude, happiness and success.
Practicing daily gratitude, meaning you journal and think about one to three things each day that you are grateful for or appreciate, will also maximize your success. When you incorporate daily gratitude and appreciation into your life with realistic thinking you will become a “force to be reckoned with” and enhance your ability to cope with life.
As cancer registrars our reactions to our workplace and environment are observed by others. Negative thoughts and behaviors detract from our effectiveness as a cancer registrar and negatively impact the value our profession and industry has in patient care. Just imagine the power and success that we can all experience if cancer registrars across the nation radically changed into realistic and grateful thinkers and doers! I know that each of us has the capability to make this change. I invite you to join me in evaluating your core behaviors and to adopt a realistic thinking process that will ensure your place in healthcare for the years to come.