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How to calm Your Mind as a Realtor

9 Tips to Staying Calm in Everyday Life!

Staying Calm as a Realtor Amist the Chaos.

How to calm Your Mind as a Realtor

Staying calm as a Realtor is the ability to make the mind quiet and prevent anxiety or worry. You develop your inner strength and your internal becomes less and less dependent on external conditions. Different situations can stress an individual – lifestyle change, relationship problems, a divorce, parenting, challenging job, to mention a few.

Stress triggers the body to respond to danger. Stressful situations can be overwhelming and staying calm amid the stressful situation seems almost impossible. Yet, staying calm in a stressful situation is possible. Being calm is an art that needs time to be developed. It will take practice for you to get used to staying calm in stressful situations. Staying calm makes you mindful and this will help your ability to deal with situations.

This is a skill that can be learned and should be learned. You can learn to stay calm through the following:

How to calm Your Mind as a Realtor

Shift your focus to the positive things.

This first tip shouldChallenging situations and obstacles are a part of life. When you’re faced with one, focus on the good things no matter how small or seemingly insignificant they seem. If you look for it, you can always find the proverbial silver lining in every cloud — even if it’s not immediately obvious. For example, if someone cancels plans, focus on how it frees up time for you to catch up on a TV show or other activity you enjoy.

Practice gratitude

Practicing gratitude has been shown to reduce stress, improve self-esteem, and foster resilience even in very difficult times. Think of people, moments, or things that bring you some kind of comfort or happiness and try to express your gratitude at least once a day. This can be thanking a co-worker for helping with a project, a loved one for washing the dishes, or your dog for the unconditional love they give you.

“By staying calm, you increase your resistance against any kind of storms.” ― Mehmet Murat ildan

Spend time with positive peopl

Negativity and positivity have been shown to be contagious. Consider the people with whom you’re spending time. Have you noticed how someone in a bad mood can bring down almost everyone in a room? A positive person has the opposite effect on others.

Being around positive people has been shown to improve self-esteem and increase your chances of reaching goals. Surround yourself with people who will lift you up and help you see the bright side.

This is why I mastermind with other women in real estate! To lift each other up!

Practice positive self-talk

We tend to be the hardest on ourselves and be our own worst critic. Over time, this can cause you to form a negative opinion of yourself that can be hard to shake. To stop this, you’ll need to be mindful of the voice in your head and respond with positive messages, also known as positive self-talk.

Research shows that even a small shift in the way you talk to yourself can influence your ability to regulate your feelings, thoughts, and behavior under stress.

This is a very personal one because I've been working on this for many years. The first step is to start to notice the self talk you have. Often we are not even aware of what our minds are thinking. In order to shift the self talk we have to become the observer of the mind. This is where meditation can really help.

Here’s an example of positive self-talk: Instead of thinking “I really messed that up,” try “I’ll try it again a different way.”

Identify your areas of negativity

Take a good look at the different areas of your life and identify the ones in which you tend to be the most negative. Not sure? Ask a trusted friend or colleague. Chances are, they’ll be able to offer some insight. A co-worker might notice that you tend to be negative at work. Your spouse may notice that you get especially negative while driving. Tackle one area at a time.

Practice, Not Perfect

You won’t be able to undo years of pessimism and negative thoughts overnight, but with some practice, you can learn how to approach things with a more positive outlook.

Tristen Campanella is a Mindset & Mentor to Women In Real Estate. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge and empowering others to achieve their goals!

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