BC&P International Discusses How Positivity Makes You Healthy & Accomplished
15 May 2017

BC&P International Discusses How Positivity Makes You Healthy & Accomplished

The biggest obstacle to positivity derives from

15 May 2017

The biggest obstacle to positivity derives from keeping your mindset strong. When an individual faces challenges and setbacks, it’s hard to stay optimistic. “It becomes hard to stay motivated and focus on the good when things aren’t going your way,” mentions Gustavo Rodriguez, managing director of BC&P International. Whenever we face setbacks and challenges, we’ve all received the well-suggested advice to ‘stay positive.’ As human beings, we tend to focus more on threats than on the bright side of things. Not only is negativity and being fearful is terrible for your outlook and goals but it’s also terrible for yourself and being. “Being pessimistic is bad because when you can be confident, you’re choosing to look down on your situation. We’re sure that if you focus a bit harder, you’ll notice the positive aspect of any situation,” mentions Gustavo Rodriguez, Managing Director of BC&P International.

 

In an article by Success.com states that studies have proven contributions to how positivity makes a huge difference in health. “Martin Seligman at the University of Pennsylvania has conducted extensive research on the topic. Seligman finds much higher rates of depression in people who pessimistically attribute their failures to personal deficits. Optimists, however, treat failure as a learning experience and believe they can do better in the future. To examine physical health, Seligman worked with researchers from Dartmouth and the University of Michigan on a study that followed people from age 25 to 65 to see how their levels of pessimism or optimism influenced or correlated with their overall health. The researchers found that pessimists’ health deteriorated far more rapidly as they aged.” Other researchers have also found the same type of correlations when it comes to determining how pessimistic views impact your overall health. They found that positive people had significantly stronger immune responses than pessimists.

 

“Based on this research, we are confident that being positive impacts various areas of life. Not only is it just good for your health, but your performance and aura enhances also,” mentions Gustavo Rodriguez of BC&P International. “In one study, in particular, he measured the degree to which insurance salespeople were optimistic or pessimistic in their work, including whether they attributed failed sales to personal deficits beyond their control or circumstances they could improve with effort. Optimistic salespeople sold 37 percent more policies than pessimists, who were twice as likely to leave the company during their first year of employment.” The main key to understand is that your brain needs help putting in the right mindset. When you identify your positives and ride over the negatives, it’ll instantly help you realize how important positivity is so helpful in life.

 

 

 

 

Leave a comment
More Posts
Comments

Comments are closed.

Visit Us On FacebookVisit Us On LinkedinVisit Us On TwitterVisit Us On Instagram