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Modasul Web | Are You Secretly a Pessimist? | Many people fail at many of their endeavors because they are secretly pessimists. A pessimist who keeps their problems to themselves is known as a “closet pessimist.” These folks put up a strong front in public, but when they’re by themselves, they stress themselves out about all the tasks they’ve taken on. They are unable to go forward because of this.

The truth is, nearly all of us are carrying around an inner pessimist who we have no idea how to get rid of. Being a secret pessimist may lead to a number of negative outcomes, including harboring life-long regrets over previous mistakes, avoidance of the future out of dread, a refusal to accept responsibility for new tasks, and so on. That is why getting rid of your inner pessimist is crucial if you want to succeed. A more optimistic outlook on life and the things you desire to accomplish is still possible. It has been proven that optimists are more likely to achieve success in both their professional and personal life, so it’s high time that you begin to strive to become an optimist.

Try this method: the next time you catch your thoughts wandering towards any negative self-talk, or ruminating on anything unfavorable that is happening to your life, stop yourself immediately and consider something constructive instead.  Think of even small things that enrich your life and make you happy.  Even though many of us are unaware of it, we all have the ability to rewire our brains. Your brain will become more favorably wired if you routinely replace pessimism with optimism.  When you do this consistently enough, thinking positively will be automatic to you.  Then, you will naturally succeed at whatever it is you set out to do. Because your mind is in charge of everything, it will devise a solution to every problem that comes your way.

It doesn’t matter how big your problem is, it shouldn’t be allowed to dictate or limit how you live your life.  Obstacles will not prevent you from achieving your goals– they are stepping stones towards a new perspective. There is definitely no shortcut to achievement; failure is always the first step. You have to feel the pain of defeat to learn from it and move on to greater heights of accomplishment. Nonetheless, you can convince yourself that you will succeed no matter what, and then do everything in your power to make it happen. As soon as you start thinking negatively about something, your brain ceases responding. But as soon as you convince yourself that you know how to solve an issue, your mind will get to work.

Closet pessimism is not just a cause of personal life failure, but also a major source of economic failure. But now is the time to leave your mistakes– and pessimist mindset– to yesterday.  Just because you’ve had setbacks in the past does not indicate you will continue to do so in the future. We are human beings who have both good and terrible days. So put on a new lens of optimism and believe that anything is possible! All that is required is to make a concerted effort to desire to succeed and to seek out all the means to accomplish so.