Personal development professionals, including me, warned us to have positive prospects, remain optimistic and eliminate negative thinking.But let's face it. it's a tough economic time. some days we will struggle. sometimes we will feel uncomfortable and stressed. or, when we just have a low energy day.What can we do?Will we reduce the 24-hour working hours to "rest days "?We need to remember that this day is unique,Never repeat the opportunity.So, let's not simply give this gift to the bin and hope the next one will be better.Why not start the front foot (cricket term for my American friend) and try to spend the day with our way of thinking?The easiest way to try to break the process of negative thinking is to break the routine.It doesn't necessarily mean eating a lot of things during our time, especially if we're at work and things put us under pressure-it might just take time to have a coffee break.So instead of sighing, shake back in the chair and roll in hot drinks: a) book some good things, walk with friends, origami classes, restaurants, theater, anything we like to do.This is not done because it is worth looking forward to, but because we will actually like to book it.b) E-Email a friend who may not be in contact with us often, or call or text an elderly relative-just because we are having a bad day doesn't mean we can't be their friends.They will be very happy.C) go out of your way to be friendly to work colleagues-again, we don't usually have much contact with people.They will respond, and our mood will respond.D) we can make sure we have positive eye contact with people around us.In order to do this, we have to be more focused than usual because we are not going to be in the best shape, but it will work.Of course, there is a voice in our ears that tells us that we don't have time to do anything.The truth is that if we had a bad day then we would have been more productive as our enthusiasm got back on track-so 'timeout' would be a really good time!If everything fails then we can use a "go-Can help us return to a brighter future --Even on the darkest day of Thanksgiving.Write a list of gratitude: 10 things we really appreciate that day."Thank God that guy has moved out of my office!But to be more precise, I am very grateful for having a good working space.But in order for it to work, we have to do what we mean.It may not be easy to turn around a difficult day, but it can be done.In the end, this is how we see things.Our reaction to events and peopleIt determines whether we have a good time.The quality of our day depends on what we choose to think about.In those days when our positive thoughts may require a little excitement --We all get them at the beginning, it's up to us.We should remember that when negative emotions seem to have the upper hand, we can choose to inject something good!Enthusiasm is also contagious, so let's grab some and make sure others do the same!Alan Keysewww.keysforliving.Orginfo @ keysforliving.