HOW TO MAKE POSITIVE MEMORIES
Did you know that you can boost your positivity just by memorizing positive words?
I did a study a few years ago where we asked people to spend about 10 minutes memorizing positive words. They did it again for homework one more time that week.
In the end, they showed improvements in well-being.
Well, research suggests it might be because the stronger the connections you build in your brain for positive information, the easier it is for your brain to use that information in daily life.
So, it seems that you can actually train the part of your brain responsible for positive memories.
When you train this part of your brain, you make positivity more available, accessible, and easily activated.
And with enough practice, you get better at remembering the good stuff (just be sure not to practice remembering the bad stuff).
Amazing right? And so simple!
So I created a workbook with positive-word-cards so you can cut them out and train this part of your brain.
Want to check it out?
<< Click HERE to see the Positivity Workbook: Train your Brain to make Positive Memories >>
In this activity, you develop the part of your brain that helps you maintain positive memories.
In this activity, you strengthen your attention to the positive things.
In this activity, you learn to schedule time for practicing your happiness skills.