20 Critical Traits of Positive People
by Andrea Schulman
Now, before I get into the traits of positive people, let me first say that being a positive person is a relative concept. I think that lots of people believe that they are positive people because they are more positive than their families, or the people in their environment. And hey, that’s an improvement, so I applaud anyone who is rising above his or her life circumstances and reaching for a more positive perspective.
In fact, I would go so far to say that I am not the most positive person myself! I still get mad, stress out, complain and focus on unwanted circumstances. I’m just doing a lot better than I was when I was younger, which is why I now know a positive perspective is the key to having a better life.
In fact it is my transition from being more negative to more positive that has enlightened me to some of the key components of what makes a positive person.
So, here are a few of the traits I believe a positive person embodies more often than not. A positive person:
Just keep in mind that in every single moment of every single day you can choose negative thoughts and behaviors or positive thoughts and behaviors. The path to becoming a more positive person is done second by second, step by step and day by day.
So, if you making choices in line with many of the ones above on a regular basis, congratulations! You are taking daily steps as a positive person, and that’s awesome. The world benefits greatly from your positive choices and behaviors.
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