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By Kashish Rai

“Optimism is the faith that leads to Achievement. Nothing Can be done without hope and confidence, this is why you should always be an Optimist.” – HELEN KELLER


Have you ever been through utter vulnerable circumstances and yet felt hopeful? Have you ever gone through extremely adverse situations that felt like raging blizzards but yet you felt that you’ll go through it? Do you make others happy? Do you have courage to face difficulties? Do you motivate and inspire people around you to always remain undefeated? – If you’ve got similar facets then yes you are an Optimist!

Optimistic People are those who always have a positive approach towards life and surroundings. They see good in everything and have an efficacious perspective. Below are some Qualities that may help you to determine if you are an Optimist or not! Have a Look.

  1. You Always Stay Contented and Delighted

If you are an Optimist, then every little thing will make you happy. You will always believe that “Happiness is a state of positive mind“. You will always smile cheerfully and will make others around you happy. You can do anything to bring a smile on everyone’s face and set your own life as an example to cherish each moment.

  1. You Always Express Gratitude and Appreciate Others

If you are an Optimist, then “Thank You” for you is not just a phrase but a genuine feeling. You will always express gratitude towards others for every small thing. An Optimist always appreciates people for their Generosity and Humbleness. The reason for being grateful is because optimistic people always value people around them.

  1. You Like To Become The “Catalyst of Change”

If you are an Optimist, then rather than focusing on other people or the environment around you to change, you will decide to change your own self. Optimists always set an example for other people though their own life by being Humans of Strong and Genuine Character”. What differentiates optimistic people from others is their ability to show change through their actions.

  1. You Give Other People Courage and Hope

If you are an Optimist, then you will have a strong desire to foster Capable People. You will always give motivation and inspiration to other people around you and will help them to realise their mission. People tend to get inspired from optimistic people more than others because of their undaunted spirit. Optimistic people cannot see others in suffering, they give our their best to help others to become happy and productive.

  1. You See Life as an “Ocean of Opportunities”

If you are an Optimist, then you will see every moment as an opportunity to change your entire life. Optimistic people aspire more and understand the meaning of life. They see opportunities in minimalist things and aim for the big. For Optimists~ Word “Impossible” doesn’t exist. They see best in everything and cherish every single Opportunity given to them .

  1. You Don’t Listen To Antagonists And Believe in Your Dynamism

If you are an Optimist, then Self-confidence is your biggest asset. You set yourself aside from negative people and believe in your own worth. Optimistic People are always aware about their strengths and weakness, they always make their strengths a weapon for themselves. Optimists are Self-Motivated and and understand what they are capable of doing.

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“An Optimist Understands that life can be bumpy road, but at least it is leading somewhere. They learn from mistakes and failures, and are not afraid to fail again.”

Conclusion: It is always Important to remain an “Optimist” now matter how adverse it gets. For realising your self-worth and capability amidst difficult circumstances it is very important to adopt an optimistic approach towards life. Hope the pointers mentioned above may have helped you to unleash optimism inside of you.


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