Going to work with a negative attitude is like trying to swim upriver. Stop making things hard for yourself and start thinking positively. According to The Huffington Post, it’s not just a “soft and fluffy term that is easy to dismiss.” In fact, positive thinking may actually help you become a better person. This is especially important for when you have to work. Here are five reasons why you should turn that frown upside-down at the office.

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1. It raises your chance of getting a better job and a higher pay.

Positive thinking is not without merit. Business Insider reports that job seekers who have a more optimistic attitude are more likely to land great jobs with better salaries.

2. It keeps you healthy.

“Numerous studies have shown that optimists are physically and psychologically healthier than pessimists,” reports Forbes.com. In fact, there is evidence that people who think positively may be less likely to suffer from cardiovascular diseases. They also tend to have better immune systems than pessimists.

3. It helps you overcome the impossible.

Facing a tough problem at work? Think positive! According to Entrepreneur’s adapted excerpt from Work Positive in a Negative World, “It's so much more empowering to focus your mind on what you can do.” Why waste time wallowing in negativity when you can concentrate on finding a solution instead?

4. It reduces stress levels.

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A bad day at work can easily send your stress levels rocketing. Cancel the bad vibes out with positive thinking. Mayo Clinic suggests that you start with giving yourself positive self-talk or “the endless stream of unspoken thoughts that run through your head every day.”

5. It boosts office morale.

Build up your A Team with positive thinking. Encourage them to adopt the habit and watch as they perform better at work. According to Entrepreneur, you can do this by watching and discussing inspiring videos with inspiring messages.

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