She’s optimistic, at least, that’s what she’s told. This woman is not concerned with labels. Her sole purpose is the outcome of a life that will satisfy her wants and needs for her highest good. The optimistic woman has the internal confidence that she can change her circumstances, if and when they turn south. She innately understands that somehow, someway things need to change to fit her model of what life is supposed to be like through her ideals.  Determination, brass, sass and class is the epitome of the optimistic woman.  She doesn’t take things personally. She readily takes responsibility for her own actions. She can often be found taking matters into her own hands and owning her outcome. She is the creator of her own happiness and, because of that, she knows she is in control of her whole world. 

Optimism is a gift 

Do you live your life as an optimistic woman? Are you often told that you are optimistic or a “glass half full” kind of person? If so, I want you to realize that is a gift. Trekking through life’s highs and lows will become easier when you view things through an optimistic lens. On the other hand, if you find yourself more of a pessimist, don’t fret. There are things you can do today to move toward living a more optimistic life. 

The optimistic person is someone who has an intrinsic motivation to work hard, endure stressful circumstances and show more goal-focused behavior. Optimism leads to a more fulfilling day-to-day life. Our mindset is key to how we interpret the world according to our beliefs and feelings. The world becomes more beautiful when we view it through an optimistic standpoint. Optimism allows us mental flexibility to see a situation for what it is, but find the good within it each time. We cannot control all of our circumstances, but we can control how we react to them and feel about them. Optimism, in all walks of life, is key to living a successful life. 

Qualities of an Optimist

The optimistic woman embodies certain standards that allow her to live a meaningful and connected life. 

  • She is not focused on worrying about the past or future. She’s solely concentrating on what’s in front of her and living in the present moment.
  • She’s not focused on the”can’t” but rather what can she do.
  • She is a problem solver who evaluates situations and finds the best solutions.
  • She listens to her own inner compass and does not let outside noise affect her.
  • She is focused on who she is and where she wants to go.
  • She thinks outside the box of conformity and society’s thoughts.  
  • She’s okay with being her own unique person and does not pay mind to what people may think or say about her.
  • She is so in love with herself and all of her abilities.

Optimism is a journey that is travelled over time. If you feel as though you don’t embody all of the qualities of the ideal optimist at this point, don’t stress it. Optimism can be learned. It takes hard work, perseverance and habitually changing your mindset until you’ve created a solid belief that you are capable of anything! Practicing self-care and putting yourself first is key to becoming an optimistic person. Allowing yourself to see situations for what they are and finding the most positive outcome shows your level of optimism. Start today to view yourself, and the world around you, as a “glass half full” environment and see just how quickly your internal peace elevates. 

Still unsure how to take your current situations and find the positives in them? Or maybe you’re struggling to remain on the fully optimistic path? I would love to help guide your journey to internal happiness and optimism. Contact me today to learn more about my self-care plan to live an optimistic life.

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