The mission is to introduce the study of positive words in schools all around the world, to be studied by kids and youths before going to faculty.
Who We Are?
We are a very small group of friends passionate about words. We don’t know how our mission will take form eventually, but we believe it will. We all have a day to day job and we collaborate as much as we can for this mission. We have also put some advertising on the website to sustain our research. And we also have a donation page and a small shop.
“Never underestimate the ability of a small group of dedicated people to change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Meade
What Is PositiveWordsResearch.com?
PositiveWordsResearch.com publishes information on the benefits and importance of utilizing positive language. You will find here a wonderful selection of articles to educate you on the benefits of this fascinating subject. They will provide you with all of the tools so that you can make long lasting positive changes in your life. You will find writings about positive words, gratitude, love, self-love, kindness, and happiness to name but a few.
Positive Words Research aims to increase your awareness of the important role that positive language plays in helping you achieve your well-being. You will begin to be aware that this knowledge is the catalyst to help you make the transition to a more positive, empowering and a healthier way to live. The intention is to give you an extensive list of positive words so that you can add them to your vocabulary. We encourage you to reflect and draw upon this new positive reservoir of words so that you can make long lasting and wonderful changes in your own life. When a person uses positive words they will soon be blooming with happiness. Positive words create a foundation for long-lasting happiness.
What We Found So Far?
For people to be able to converse, and think in a more positive way it is crucial to develop an internal dictionary of positive words. Doing so will have a positive impact on all areas of a person’s life i.e. increased confidence, increased well-being and success, happiness etc. What sets a happy person apart from the not so happy one is that they think in a different way. A positive thinker is equipped with a wide positive vocabulary and confidently uses it daily. A negative thinker has a limited positive vocabulary and also doesn’t use positive language on a consistent basis. To make the transition to the more resourceful state, it is so meaningful that the brain has a good stock of positive words. If not then the transition can’t be made, and the mature brain, which thinks mostly in words, reverts back to the negative state. Therefore having a new modified internal dictionary with an extensive list of positive words to choose from, will help keep your brain in a happy resourceful state.
Positive Words Research model also follows the philosophy of the great scientist and awesome futurist, Buckminster Fuller, who said:
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”
And this is exactly what we are encouraging you to do:
“Don’t fight your negative thinking. Build a new model. Build your positive thinking by incorporating positive words into your awareness and your negative thinking will become obsolete.”
About Elena Calin, The Person Behind Positive Words Research
Positive words are my passion. They make me happy. I have founded Positive Words Research in February 2013 and since then I research positive words and publish my results on this website. I have created the best list of positive words in the world and an online application that analyzed your text based on positive words, I call it the Positive Words Researcher.
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- Check out the super amazing projects done by me that improved my well-being: Project 100 Happy Days #100happydays and Project 100 Fun Days #100FUNdays.
- Top 3 books recommended by me: “A Guide to Rational Living” – Albert Ellis and Robert A Harper, “The Magic” – Rhonda Byrne, “The richest man in Babylon” – George S. Clason.
- Top 3 self-development programs recommended by me: “Love or Above” – Christie Marie Sheldon, “Unlimited abundance” – Christie Marie Sheldon, “Creative Visualization” – Lisa Nichols.
- Read my e-books, they will inspire you.