How’s the Josh!
This popular catchphrase from the recently released film Uri: The Surgical Strike has become a slogan. From PM Narendra Modi’s “How’s the Josh” stint to the Defence Minister of India Nirmala Sitharaman to Manohar Parikar, everyone is seemed to be gripped by the “Josh” fever. The craze for this dialogue has been high and it sets people roaring with “High Sir!”
However, we are not discussing the movie here. I’m sure most of you must have already seen the movie and applauded it openly. For those of you who haven’t, you must, it will instantly wake you up. So what we are trying to tell today is all about positive attitude and energy. I know, life is tough, it can throw you at really odd places, at times you might find yourself drowning in the quicksand of life, but the key is to maintain a positive attitude and feel energetic. It feels much better than sporting a negative one. We all know it and this is a widely known fact. So, what’s new in it? Do you know how you can maintain the optimistic behavior and see the good in everything? That is difficult given the stress of life. Agreed, but the key is to keep the energy high at all times.
We’ll give you some little traits that will help you find the real difference between a positive and energetic person and a negative thinker.
Positive people are always ready to face new changes and are energetic enough to accept any challenge with a smiling face
Negative people are afraid of even the slightest changes
Positive people find the good and praise everyone
Negative people do not care about praising others for their goodness
Positive people before starting a conversation shows concern about the opposite person asking: “How are you? I hope all are great!”
Negative people are self-centered and are only concerned about one’s own self
Positive people come forward and take responsibility for their failure. They believe in apologizing.
Negative people get away by blaming others easily. An apology does not come easily to them
Positive people welcome a constructive discussion and healthy criticism
Negative people hate being criticized
Positive people are on the lookout to learn something new always
Negative people think they know everything
Is your glass-half-empty or half-full? How would you look at it? A positive person will always say “my glass half-full!” If you also answer it so, then your outlook on life is optimistic. Did you know that a pessimistic attitude affects your health negatively?
Let us see some health benefits that positive and energetic attitude brings along -
Better cardiovascular health
If you think positively, you will be able to cope with stress better. Rather than a dwelling and nurturing a disappointment, try to find out ways and resolve the situation. Don’t fall prey to frustration; instead, devise a plan of action to help yourself effectively. Doing so will give you a stress-free life and will have no negative impact on your heart health. Low stress means controlled blood pressure.
Who could have thought that a positive attitude can boost your immune health? A positive attitude means reduced risk of cardiovascular issues, less depression and improved longevity of life. By maintaining a positive outlook, you can look after your health and well-being, exercise more, eat healthily and have better immunity.
You can cope up better if you have an optimistic outlook. A medical setback is difficult to cope up with for any person but a positive attitude not only gives you a better immune strength but also speeds up the healing process after surgery, fracture or injury than your negative counterparts.
Lowers rate of depression
Depression is a very difficult state of mental health and it starts with a series of negative thoughts. If you want to cope up with depression with ease, the best way is to change those negative thoughts into positive ones. Be optimistic and get rid of those negative thoughts that can lead to depression.
Positive thoughts are not just a reflection of good health but also a good workplace attitude.
Here is a list of foods that will keep your energy high throughout the day:
- Walnuts and almonds
- Bread with avocado spread
- Fresh fruit juice
- Sweet potatoes
- Lemon water
- Matcha tea
- Peanut butter
- Green Tea
- Black coffee
It’s Tuesday, and we have already started dragging ourselves to work. We are keenly waiting for the weekend to arrive. There are three more days for the weekend to arrive and we definitely feel so lethargic. Sometimes we feel a complete lack of motivation, but here’s something I want to tell to motivate every one of you out there
“HOW’S THE JOSH”