4 Ways to Stop Neg­a­tive Think­ing Be­fore It Starts

Stop com­plain­ing and start prof­it­ing, writes Inc.com colum­nist An­drew Thomas

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1 — SLEEP

Re­search sug­gests that adults need seven to nine hours of sleep each night. The bet­ter rested you are, the more likely you are to look at things in a pos­i­tive light.

2 — LAUGH

Laugh­ter sends mood-lift­ing chem­i­cals to your brain. Laugh more and you’ll be less fo­cused on the bad.

3 — GIVE THANKS

Be­fore you go to bed, write down three things you are grate­ful for that day.

4 — USE THE RUB­BER-BAND TRICK

Com­plain­ing is un­pro­duc­tive. Snap a rub­ber band on your wrist every time you do it.

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