How To Feel Great And Do Your Best Work Every Day!
Would you agree that you produce your best work when you feel great? If you’re not feeling too good and your day isn’t going that well, you’re not going to work at your best. You find it hard to show up as your highest self. How amazing would it be if you could become aware enough of yourself to feel outstanding as often as possible?
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If you could consistently feel great, imagine how much you could achieve. I want to share with you how you can feel great the majority of the time. To have your standard baseline as feeling great is possible. Yu can make that your default mind-state, and I’m going to share with you how that is possible.
We all have good days and we all have bad days. That is just the nature of life. Some days, you get phone calls that just ruin your mood, rendering the rest of the day a write-off. We have to shift our standard emotional baseline so when things are what we consider good, they’re AMAZING. In turn, when things are what we consider not so great, by the majority of standards, they’re still pretty incredible. Sound a bit out there? Stick with me here…
How To Feel Great All The Time
I hope you can agree with me when I say that there are two sides of our emotional self. This has been a powerful lesson I learned from seminars like Unleash the Power Within with Tony Robbins. I’ve done a lot of studying to become clear in my own mind how this works.
There are two ends of the spectrum when it comes to emotions. One end is what we’d call our pleasure emotions and the other side is our pain emotions. This is something that’s been well documented by Tony Robbins.
How often are you in pleasurable states? How often are you in painful states? Usually, what you would say is that the quality of your life is the quality of your emotions.
One the one side, you have fear, sadness, frustration, anger – all of your negative emotions. On the other side is happiness, passion, love. If you think about it, when it comes to people, you usually consider people to be positive or negative. Every single person sits somewhere in this spectrum as a baseline.
Some people sit on the more negative end and some people sit at the more positive end. People at the negative end of the spectrum can be quite unpleasant to be around. Every one of us has a default line. This all comes down to what your emotions are.
How Can We Move?
To be honest, for a long time, I was not at the more positive end of the spectrum as a default. I don’t think I’ve ever been right at the top. I’m not even quite sure what the top would look like. I’ve never been right at the bottom either, but I’ve never been the most positive person either.
I used to have days where I was passionate, sure, but I would also have days where I resented what I did and having to be at work (until I left my job).
From then, in 2015 until the present day, 2018, I am absolutely higher up the scale in terms of positivity. Every single day, I feel great and like I’m doing my best work because I’m more positive.
How Do We Do This?
I’ll give you one simple thing that you can do. It comes down to what you do every single day. Your daily rituals shape your emotions. Your daily conditioning and engagements have a massive impact on your mood. It is incredibly important to protect what you are doing every day and making sure it is as close to what you really want to do as possible. This makes a massive difference to the way you feel.
Another powerful lesson that I learned is the emotional triad. Focus – language – physiology. When we are in a negative state, we need to think about what we’re focusing on, the language that we’re using and how we’re carrying our bodies.
Usually, when we’re in negative states, we are focusing in on negative things and attaching negativity to those things. We tell ourselves we should be sad or angry about a situation.
Using negative language reinforces those negative feelings we have about what we are focusing on.
Carrying in our bodies in a negative way – hunched over, dragging our feet or stomping around – is always going to reinforce our negative emotions.
A positive person, when something negative happens, will always look for the positives. A negative person will always see the negatives.
If something happens in your day, you will ask questions like, what does this mean? How can I learn from this? How can I move on? What can I improve in my life to take me to the next stage.
A negative person in the same situation will focus in on what it means to them. They will ask questions like, does this mean my life is declining now? Is it the end for me? Does it mean that I’m losing something?
That is the honest truth on how you can feel great all the time. Simply take the time to do these things. Condition, engage and focus in on what you’re doing every single day. And when something does come up that you have to react to, be mindful of how you view it, the language that you use to describe it and how you hold your body throughout. Ask yourself the right questions and surround yourself with the right people.
All of these things play a massive part on where you call on that spectrum.
I hope that’s been clear and if you have any questions, let me know in the comments!
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