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 Saisuvidha Institute Of Personality Development & Career Awareness

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What is positive thinking?            

      Positive thinking can be defined as thinking good thoughts or being optimistic. It is the act of thinking good or affirmative thoughts. A positive mind looks forward for happiness, joy, health and a successful outcome of every situation and action.

Why do we need positive thinking?

      Positive thinking brings inner peace, success, improved relationships, better health, happiness and satisfaction. It avoids/ destroys the negative thoughts. Positive thinking gives positive affirmations, habits and visualize positive outcome. It helps the person to see opportunities in every challenges.

     "True happiness isn't about the things you have.It's about the

       thoughts you have.It's called POSITIVE THINKING"

Key Benefits:

1. It teaches the students about the differences between positive attitude and positive thinking.
2. It gives a clear picture to students how positive thinking effects work and body language.
3. It talks about how to build positive thinking and the techniques required to lead a positive attitude.

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In our positive thinking session we cover:

  • What is positive thinking?
  • What are negative thoughts?
  • How to think positive?
  • How positive thinking is powerful?
  • Difference between positive thinking and positive attitude?
  • How attitude works?
  • How positive thinking affects work and body language?
  • What are the main bullets of positive thinking?
  • What are positive thinking techniques?


      Positive thoughts are good ideas, healthy and constructive where as negative thoughts are sword. Positive thinking creates ideas, image of the future, helps us to overcome the fear & increases the happiness in life. Positive thinking person will feel very enthusiastic and will be a very exuberant person.


       "Difficulties in your life do not come to destroy you, but to help

         you realize your hidden potentials and power. Let difficulties

         know that you too are difficult"

                                         -Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam