Positive Psychology Quotes

Quotes tagged as "positive-psychology" (showing 1-30 of 105)
Susan C. Young
“There will be times in your life when things simply have to be replaced because they are tired, broken, worn out, harmful, outdated, or irrelevant. Take an inventory of the things that no longer serve your best and highest good so you can replace them with things which do.”
Susan C. Young

Amit Ray
“You are not alone in the struggles of life. Entire cosmos is with you. It evolves through the way you face and overcome challenges of life. Use everything in your advantage.”
Amit Ray, Mindfulness Meditation for Corporate Leadership and Management

Susan C. Young
“As a pearl is formed and its layers grow, a rich iridescence begins to glow. The oyster has taken what was at first an irritation and intrusion and uses it to enrich its value. How can you coat or frame the changes in your life to harvest beauty, brilliance, and wisdom?”
Susan C. Young

Susan C. Young
“Reconnect to what makes you happy and brings you Joy. If there is something that used to make you happy which you have stopped doing, do it again. Seek to find deeper meaning and significance rather than living on the surface.”
Susan C. Young

Susan C. Young
“A diamond’s creation requires immense pressure and intense temperatures to reach its highest potential. Without enduring the adversity and pressure of its environment, the diamond would never become the treasure it was meant to be. May the changes you grow through bring incredible value in helping you forge a remarkable and multi-faceted life.”
Susan C. Young

Susan C. Young
“Did you once have a grand plan which has become obsolete and no longer serves you? If there are areas in your life which must change to help you create better results, a redesign may be in order. Consider going back to the ‘drawing board’ to deconstruct what isn’t working and start anew.”
Susan C. Young

Stefan Emunds
“Your heart will challenge you, but also reward you beyond your wildest dreams.”
Stefan Emunds, Holistic Self-realization

Tina Hallis
“We have the power as individuals to create a different perspective. We can physically rewire our brains to see our work and lives in a more positive light. We can reduce our stress and increase our peace and happiness. We can use our minds to change our brains for a better life.”
Tina Hallis, Sharpen Your Positive Edge: Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity and Success

Susan C. Young
“Be a life-long learner. Whether you are seeking to achieve peace and harmony, learn a new technology to do your work faster, or design a strategy to blow your competitors out of the water, retraining is a pivotal way to strengthen your knowledge and realize your goals”
Susan C. Young

Laurie J. Cameron
“My purpose is to translate the wisdom and science of mindfulness, compassion and positive psychology into practical language so we can live with more ease and joy.”
Laurie J. Cameron, The Mindful Day: Practical Ways to Find Focus, Calm, and Joy from Morning to Evening

Stefan Emunds
“Holistic self-realization is the realization of your heart’s desire. Why holistic? Because it involves your entire being. ”
Stefan Emunds, Holistic Self-realization

Susan C. Young
“Connecting with others gives us a sense of inclusion, connection, interaction, safety, and community. Your vibe attracts your tribe, so if you want to attract positive and healthy relationships, be one! Staying connected and getting reconnected feeds the flow of goodness which empowers our humanity.”
Susan C. Young

Susan C. Young
“Reconnect with who you truly are and what you really want rather than letting the outside world determine it for you. Reconnect with your purpose and your passion to know if your actions are helping you to achieve it.”
Susan C. Young

Tina Hallis
“We can have more enjoyable days and even a higher quality of life with more success by taking small steps to shift our thoughts using practical, everyday strategies and insights from the rapidly expanding field of Positive Psychology.”
Tina Hallis, Sharpen Your Positive Edge: Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity and Success

Stefan Emunds
“Gravitate towards your heart’s desire!”
Stefan Emunds, Holistic Self-realization

“I certainly don’t buy into the idea that positive attitudes can somehow mysteriously directly influence physical health outcomes.”
James C. Coyne

Stefan Emunds
“Awaken your heart!”
Stefan Emunds, Holistic Self-realization

Stefan Emunds
“Your heart doesn’t like shady strategies.”
Stefan Emunds, Holistic Self-realization

Tina Hallis
“Information alone does not improve our lives—we need to actually use it to see a change.

Information applied to a situation causes transformation.”
Tina Hallis, Sharpen Your Positive Edge: Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity and Success

Tina Hallis
“Studies show that receiving generosity and kindness increases the likelihood of extending generosity to others. And kindness is likely to play an important role in setting a cascade of generosity in motion. When we help others, we may not only be helping this one particular individual but potentially many others downstream.”
Tina Hallis, Sharpen Your Positive Edge: Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity and Success

Tina Hallis
“What memories can you dig up that create warm feelings? It could be a childhood memory, something recent, a place, a person, or just a special moment. Take time to savor and reflect on these memories, using all of your 5 senses. These are the real treasures in life!”
Tina Hallis, Sharpen Your Positive Edge: Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity and Success

Tina Hallis
“We don’t have to wait until something is lost or ending to enjoy it now. We can find reminders to help us pause and savor. I like to use pictures or quotes in my office or on my bathroom mirror, file cabinet, or refrigerator. It could be a ring you wear or a special coin you keep in your pocket. Maybe it’s a book, card, or poster that helps you pause and reflect.”
Tina Hallis, Sharpen Your Positive Edge: Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity and Success

Tina Hallis
“We complain and hate feeling bad, but we can quickly get used to feeling good and may seldom remember to appreciate it. However, we can purposely reflect back and recall the misery of past aches and pains to remind ourselves how awful it was so we can enjoy our current wellbeing.”
Tina Hallis, Sharpen Your Positive Edge: Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity and Success

Tina Hallis
“When it comes to thinking about gratitude, it’s common to reflect on those things we appreciate in our lives. But there are many twists we can take with gratitude. For instance, we can be grateful for things we don’t have.”
Tina Hallis, Sharpen Your Positive Edge: Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity and Success

Tina Hallis
“Work-life balance is not something we can find. That’s because we use words as if this balance were a noun when in reality it’s an action verb. We cannot find balance because it’s a continual action with ongoing adjustments, just like the tightrope walker who constantly moves his pole to keep from falling”
Tina Hallis, Sharpen Your Positive Edge: Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity and Success

Tina Hallis
“Research shows that we need to take a break and decompress so we can be at our best at work—and at home. Maybe we should ask if the life we’re working so hard to create is fun to live?

When’s the last time you disconnected and took a vacation?”
Tina Hallis, Sharpen Your Positive Edge: Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity and Success

Tina Hallis
“Practicing positivity is like brushing our teeth—it doesn’t last, so we have to repeat often. That’s where the effort and practice come in.”
Tina Hallis, Sharpen Your Positive Edge: Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity and Success

Susan C. Young
“Re-imagination is the birthplace for vision and change. Your imagination is one of the most valuable talents you have and deserves your full attention. Imagining how you want to live your life is one thing, but connecting your imagination to a visual representation will give you exactly the traction you need to make it a reality.”
Susan C. Young

“Let me tell you a BIG secret – THE secret that many do not know about happiness. Happiness is not something some people have and others do not; happiness is a practice – a skill that you get better at by practicing positive and empowering thoughts, daily. The simple reason why so many are traveling a dirt road towards happiness is because they practice the opposite every day: anger, hate, sadness, sorrow, loneliness, etc.”
Jellis Vaes

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