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Ten Positive Words For 2020

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Positive words for 2020 is an article that I think is very much needed in the current situation with the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19.

Based on Positive Words Research analysis of nice words for 2020 to think, so that we can successfully match the current situation, we have discovered some interesting inspiring words.

Our research started by analyzing the negative feelings and emotions that emerged worldwide after the start of the coronavirus COVID-19 epidemy.

Mainly, we have seen an increase in doubt, greed, panic, anxiety, lots of fear, hate, and anger. Also, we have noticed that there was an increase in verbal bullying, especially on social media.

This being said, we have come up with the following list of ten positive words for 2020:

1. HOPE

Hope cultivated correctly is one of the antidots for doubt, together with ease and optimism. It is also said that hope is one of the essentials foods that we need as humans. There are four essential different types of food that we need in order to survive and thrive:

  • The first type of food is “bitten food”; this is the physical food – anything that can be bitten and chewed, like a piece of apple;
  • The second type of food is sleep;
  • The third food is hope, and ancient books describe it as such. A horse strayed into the Sahara, in the desert, and wandered the sands for several days in search of water. Even when he is ready to die of thirst, he smells of water; he crawls on his knees over a hill and sees down an oasis with a small freshwater lake. The idea is – no matter how close the end is – the horse will be able to reach the water. Maybe his body is weak, but the hope is enough to sustain him for the last hundred yards. Hope keeps him on his feet, as we all do.
  • The fourth food simply consists of uninterrupted moments of concentration.

The above four types of food are specified in Geshe Michael Roach – “Love Karma”, pages 150-151.

2. GENEROSITY

Generosity is one of the antidotes for greed, together with altruism, benevolence, self-restraint, and unselfishness.

Making sure that every day you feel generous is the base for prosperity, abundance, financial freedom. Having all the money you need when you needed it comes from a feeling of generosity. You feel the power of the feeling of generosity when you think that all that you need is more than you need it and it is always at your disposal.

Some higher thoughts of generosity will appear in your mind when you convince yourself that you can be paid by being you and there is money for you in the world like the oxygen. Some lower thoughts of generosity, but also very efficient, will come to you if you just believe that you have and you will always have more than enough. Believe that life will always take care of anything you need.

3. LOVING-KINDNESS

Surprisingly, loving-kindness is one of the antidotes for panic, together with self-relief and body movement. Loving-kindness is a difficult feeling to feel, especially to feel it every day and choose it every moment, when needed. Monks practice embodying loving-kindness for years, through many actions that they take every day. But even at a lower level, loving-kindness has tremendous benefits on your mind and body.

Loving-kindness is more than kindness. It is said that if you want to really feel what love is, then practice kindness for two years, then loving-kindness for another two years, then you are ready to practice Love. This practice is done in three ways: towards yourself, towards other people and towards life (the entire existence as it is). Be kind to yourself, to other people and to life as it shows right now.

4. CENTERDNESS

Centeredness is one of the antidotes for anxiety, together with self-relief and body movement. Centeredness is again something challenging to do, especially in these times. Some people center themselves in the center of the Earth, of course through visualization. You can do it too. Just imagine that you are connected with a golden light full of pure unconditional love in the center of Earth.

Besides centering yourself on the Planet Earth, I suggest centering your mind and heart in something higher than Earth. This can be done through a combination of connecting with your higher self, with the six Dimension (the formless dimension full of unconditional love) as it is done in theta healing, with the Holy Trinity (Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ, God) as it is done in Christianity and many other divine connections as they exist in every culture.

No matter how you connect with a divine higher force (power, grace) is perfect. What I want to draw attention upon is for you to do it. It’s more important, not how you do it, but to just do it. Keep your mind focused (connected) on that higher power, no matter how you define it or believe in it.

5. BRAVERY

Bravery is another word for courage and it is one of the antidotes for fear, together with action and fearlessness. Have courage in these difficult times, be brave. Easily said, harder to be done when fear is knocking on your door. But humans are stronger and more courageous than they know. Due to our modern facilities, we have become comfortable in many ways. When our modern facilities are threatened, our comfort gets disturbed.

But we are not machines to operate only in a certain way. We are humans and there are many strong qualities and abilities in us, that are only dormant. Wake up your human abilities and be amazed by how brave you really are. Inspire yourself to have the courage and you will inspire other people to have courage too.

6. APPRECIATION

Appreciation, believe it or not, is one of the antidotes for hate, together with gentle love and goodwill.

I think a lot of verbal bullying comes from the lack of a temporary ability of one person to appreciate. First, this situation occurs because the person lacks education and does not know how to practice the art of appreciation. Surprisingly, based on the research I’ve done through my Positive Words Research project, this is the main reason why people don’t appreciate more. Second, this situation occurs because people did not train themselves to be strong in their choice between appreciation and bullying/hating/criticizing.

I strongly believe that practicing the art of appreciation can stop bullying, self-hatred, hating others, self-criticizing or criticizing others.

7. ACCEPTANCE

Acceptance and mainly “acceptance of what is” is one of the antidotes for anger, together with humbleness and forgiveness. The faster you accept what is, the faster you cool yourself down, even before you caught fire. Not catching fire is the secret of winning over anger.

Some say that anger is good, it’s transforming energy. Anger makes you change things. A lot of people change the material world with the energy of anger. I agree that anger is good. But I need to point something out and it is very important.

In the scale of consciousness, Dr. David Hawkins presents, below anger, the lower energies of shame, guilt, apathy, grief, fear, and desire. Therefore if you find yourself in a state of apathy, then anger is good because you will get yourself out of apathy and raise your vibration. Same, if you find yourself in a state of fear, then anger again is good.

Then again, on the same scale of consciousness, the same doctor presents, above anger, the feelings of pride, courage, neutrality, willingness, acceptance, reason, love, joy, peace and enlightenment. If you find yourself at the level of reason and you let yourself feel the anger then you significantly drop in vibration and consciousness. Also, please notice that acceptance is a state above anger. Therefore in order for you to reach the acceptance stage, you need to let go of anger.

8. EMBRACING VULNERABILITY

Embracing vulnerability is one of the antidotes for shame, together with audaciousness and self-worth.

Brene Brown has made amazing research on vulnerability and she briefly explains her research on her viral TEDx talk “The Power of Vulnerability”. Among her many conclusions, she also states: “Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity, and change.”

Yes, change is scary. But, also, change is constant. Change is security. You can always trust that change will happen. In the middle of change, when change is happening remember: This too shall pass… this too shall change.

9. FRIENDSHIP

Maybe surprisingly for some people, but friendship is one of the antidotes for boredom, together with fun and playfulness. We like to be friends with people we like. We like to be friends with people with whom we have things in common.

How about expanding our boundaries and starting showing friendship to people we never thought we could be friends with. For example with people from other countries or people from the same country as you, who are returning home. No need to make a spectacular contribution, just small acts of kindness. Like a good welcome comment on a social network, or an encouragement of some kind. Empathy helps you a lot in friendship.

10. CONTENTMENT

Contentment is one of the antidotes for helplessness, together with serenity and ease. Contentment is a little more than thankfulness and less than gratitude, joy or happiness. But it helps a lot. It has a lot to do with being thankful for what you have, but is actually, being content with what you have. A little smile on your face is an ingredient of contentment.

I remember one of the smallest types of meditation that I learned at one point in my life “Sit, don’t talk, smile”. In this meditation: sit still, don’t speak with your mouth, smile and mentally scan all the organs in your body. This is contentment.

Well, I hope you found some inspiration to help you get through these challenging times.

Meditate upon the positive words in this list and try to implement small actions in your life. In this way, these powerful words will become antidots for negative feelings and emotions. For yourself and the people around you.

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How to Nail a Job Interview Using Proper Words

How to Nail a Job Interview Using Proper Words

Getting a job is about having all the pieces of a puzzle fit in. There are many pieces and your task is to take care of every single one of them in order to be the one they hire. Your job interview might just be the most important piece of the puzzle. It either makes you or breaks you. This is the one shot you have on making a great first impression on the people considering to hire you and you can’t afford to blow it.

So, what can you do to make sure you’re on top of the game in your job interview? You need to come prepared and you need to be certain about what you want to say. More importantly, you need to know how to say it. Using proper words and carefully shaping your thoughts will help you stand out from the rest as the best person for the job.

Take a look at the words you need to use in a job interview in order to nail it.

Passion Driven

It’s highly important for you to show the passion you have for the job. Your future employer wants to know whether you’re in it or not and you need to be able to show it and underline it.

Choose the words which best describe how much you want the job and how ready you are to conquer the world.

Make sure to point out that you’re:

  • eager
    to be the part of the company
    – to learn and contribute
  • motivated
    to develop
    – to give it your best
  • enthusiastic
    about fitting in the company
    -about being a part of the team

These power-words will make your employer memorize you as someone with great potential and undeniable energy.

Skills and Experience

Naturally, every employer is going to want to know about your expertise and what is it that you bring to the table. Make sure to have the answer prepared in advance and give them the best possible response.

Use these words to help you get to the point:

  • competent
    Let them know you’re well-trained.
  • mature
    Show them you already have a shaped professional side of you.
  • skilled

Showcase your skills and give examples- make sure they realize how valuable you are.

Amanda Sparks, a writer for TopDownWriter agrees: “Part of the reason I got my job is nailing the experience question. I was straight-forward and gave a clean cut answer using power-words to help me do it.”

Work Ethic

Keeping in mind how important it is for an employee to be responsible, independent and organized, this is another side of you that needs to find a way to stand out during the interview. Don’t miss out on a chance to point out that you are:

  • dependable
    Not only are you perfectly capable of carrying out tasks on your on, but you can give your coworkers a hand in case they need it.
  • methodical

You keep everything under control, and you are both thorough and precise. In addition, it shows you’re responsible.

  • good at finding a solution

Every problem has a solution and you are always oriented toward finding one.

“My employees were thrilled to hear me speak confidently about my work ethics. I showed them I’m meticulous and they can trust me to handle things on my own. It helped me seal the deal” says James Daily, an editor at Brainished.

Leadership

If you know what you’re doing and you’re confident about your skills, you can make a great leader for the rest of the team. This potential of yours is highly valuable and your employee needs to know about it.

Use the proper words to point out how great of a leader you might become and show everyone this potential.

Let them know that you’re:

  • initiative
    You have great ideas and you bring them to reality. You inspire people to come on board and join you in your projects.
  • strategic

You are great at making things fit together and organizing people by assigning tasks and projects.

  • communicative

You are able to build healthy relationships with all the members of your team, the clients and the superiors.

“Leave them thinking about your progress in the company and make sure they see you high in the hierarchy one day. That’s what I did and it helped me get the job” says Kate Spazzini, a writer at BestWritersCanada.

Step zero

It’s important to point out how crucial it is for you to make a great impression even before coming to the interview.

That means you need to nail your CV and motivation letter as well.

The words we’ve discussed above are great to use for both of these documents. In addition, you need to be 100% accurate in writing so as to avoid looking unprofessional.

Therefore, put in some serious effort in writing a killer CV and motivation letter. If you don’t think you’re up for the task, or you just want a hand with it check out online writing tools such as Grammarly and White Smoke.

You can also check out some online writing services such as Canada-Writers or Top Australia Writers. They can help you polish your text and avoid making any mistakes.

Conclusion

Nailing the job interview is all about making a memorable performance and making sure you’re the one they circle. Using power words is extremely useful and it helps you shine in front of your potential employers. They need to know how good you are and you need to be able to show it.

Use every chance you get to speak confidently about your enthusiasm, knowledge, skills and work ethic. Shape your thoughts using the proper words we’ve discussed and make sure you come out a winner. Come prepared and there’s nothing to worry about.

About the Author

This article is written by Natalie Andersen.

Top 25 Positive Words In English

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The English language is full of many beautiful and positive words.  Often these words trigger a specific memory, pleasant thought or a dream in our minds. The words that appeal to us are often very personal and the feelings they trigger are essentially unique to you.  Here is my list of the top 25 positive words in English that appeal to me.

Top 25 positive words in English language

Ineffable

Ineffable means too great or extreme to be described or expressed in words. It reflects that feeling of awe such as what you feel when your first child is born.

Serendipity

Serendipity is used to describe the occurrence and development of events by chance in a beneficial or happy way. That stroke of luck that comes at exactly the right time, out of the blue.

Ethereal

Ethereal means extremely light and delicate so that something appears not to be of this world. I associate this word with heavenly and beautiful things, such as dragonfly wings or a voice that gives you chills.

Iridescent 

positive words Iridescent

Iridescent is a word to describe seeing luminous colors that change when seen from different angles. This positive word reminds me of carefree days blowing bubbles and watching them float away.

Epiphany

Epiphany is that sudden moment of realization or revelation. That light-bulb moment that often changes your life. Everyone needs an epiphany now and then.

Luminescence

Luminescence is when a substance gives off light without being heated such as phosphorescence and fluorescence. The fun of chasing lightning bugs or stirring up the sea and being rewarded with an eerie green glow.

Eloquence

Eloquence is persuasive and fluent in writing and speaking. Don’t we all wish to be eloquent at the right times? What a bonus when you can give a speech and engage your entire audience!

Sonder

Sonder is the realization that every random passer-by is living a vivid, complex life full of their own ambitions, worries, friends and routines, in which you might be an extra on a park bench or a lit office on their route. As a people watcher, this positive word resonates.

Effervescence

Effervescence means enthusiastic and vivacious, and also the bubbles in your fizzy drink. This reminds me of the excitement of a child, perhaps even tasting their first fizzy drink.

Magnanimous

Magnanimous means being forgiving or generous to someone who is not a friend or is less powerful than you. I think we all need to be magnanimous and this world would be a better place.

Benevolent

Benevolent means being kindly and well meaning. Similar to magnanimous, except this kindness being expressed to anyone. Being benevolent has its own rewards, and it makes you feel great too.

Amusement 

Amusement means enjoying entertainment or finding something funny.  The world needs more laughter and we should be able to find amusement in most situations, even laugh at ourselves.

Contentment

Contentment is a state of satisfaction and happiness.  I believe that for most of us, life is about striving for contentment. Appreciate the small things to find contentment in your daily life.

Determination

Determination is a firmness of purpose.  Achieving anything in life takes determination. Set the goal and succeed through determination.

Dignity

Dignity is being worthy of respect or honor.  I like to believe everyone should be afforded basic dignity as a right especially our elders, who have so much to share if we listen.

Flourishing

Flourishing means thriving, developing successfully and rapidly. We all want something to flourish: flourishing bank balance, perhaps a flourishing business, a flourishing garden. What a versatile and evocative word.

Harmonious

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Harmonious has three lovely meanings tuneful, forming a pleasing whole, free from dissent and disagreement. I like the peaceful feel this word has, like music from a waterfall.

Lustrous

Lustrous is basically a nicer word for shining. I like to think of this positive word as being used for hair and eyes, giving a description extra depth and reflection.  Who wouldn’t want lustrous hair?

Noble

Noble has a number of meanings, but I like the one which refers to a person showing high moral principles or good personal qualities. I like to think that our aim as humans should be to strive to be noble.

Respect

Respect is the feeling of admiration due to their abilities, achievements or qualities. It also refers to giving the necessary regard for other people’s rights and feelings. Although for most people, respect is something that is earned, but we should offer basic respect to all humans.

Laughter

Laughter is the sound of someone laughing. This sounds more than almost any other has a way of lifting spirits. Laughter is contagious and makes us feel good.

Tranquility

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Tranquility is the state of being calm and tranquil. We all need this sort of peace in our lives now and then to regroup.

Unconditional

Unconditional means there are no conditions attached. I prefer this word as part of the phrase unconditional love. A love that transcends everything, there are no ifs and buts, a love that offers everything without demanding anything.

Smiling

Smiling is laughing in a smaller, quieter way. Turning those corners of the mouth up showing a happy look. Smiling is also contagious, and when it is genuine, it lights up your whole face.

Hope

Hope is the expectation that something will happen. Even when situations are dire, keeping hope alive is what makes the human spirit fight through the worst of situations. Never lose hope.

Those are my top 25 positive and uplifting words, what are yours? Check out also the online dictionary Emotion Words.

The Power of Positive Words

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The power of positive words – To me, a positive word equals a positive mindset. The language you use can change the path of your entire day.

Positivity in terms of the words that you use day-to-day is one of the best ways to improve your state of mind, yet it is a way that we often overlook.

This is why I am here today to tell you the importance of positive words in my life and the ways that I try to use them.

Meditation to increase the power of positive words

One way that I try to stay positive is to meditate as and when I can. This links to positive words because while I am being mindful of the thoughts and feelings that come and go, I try to keep as many positive words flowing through my mind.

Whether it is just sitting down, closing your eyes and taking deep breaths while going through positive language in your mind. Possibly downloading an app for mindfulness, reading a book about it or even using podcasts, there are endless ways to incorporate positivity into your life. If you use any of these methods you will find that the positive words will begin to flow into your world with little to no effort.

Compliments to express the power of positive words

When someone compliments you, you find your mood picking up entirely, don’t you? So why not gift that feeling to someone else.

It is important to let the people around you know that they have done something well, one of the best ways to do this is affirmation through positive language.

Another person that you must remember to shower with positivity is yourself. If you’re willing to raise someone else’s love for themselves, you have to include the one person who is always there. Yes, you!

Rewards to validate the power of positive words

All the way through your life there is always rewards systems. For example, behaving well in school often wound up coming back to you in the form of a certificate, trophy or another prize. These objects would always be plastered from top to bottom with positive words. This validation of good behaviour, positive contributions or effort in school would be what every child wanted. This is reflected forever in many other situations.

Reward yourself, tell yourself all of the positive impacts that you have made. Let your mind go and explore all of the possible positive words that you could use to describe your achievements.

Setting goals can be helpful in this aspect, useful objectives that can help yourself and others.

Times of stress

As a student who has gone through their GCSE’s, AS’ and being a hair away from beginning my A-Level exams, stress is particularly rife.

It is extremely easy to get yourself in a slight huff during exam season, this is why keeping the vibes positive is important in situations like that, especially within education.

Writing a list of positive words is something that I have found incredibly helpful in stressful situations. As I said at the start, positive words can completely transform your mindset. Times that require an expanded mindset are the ones that you need the most positivity.

Overall, I truly believe that using positive language day-to-day is potentially one of the most underrated ways to improve your life.

By sharing my opinion on positive words and how they affect me, I hope that others will be inspired to delve into their own use of productive language.

Charlotte Yorke

A short bio about the writer: My name is Charlotte Yorke and I am an eighteen year old A-Level Student in Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon. I am beginning my exciting journey into the world of Journalism by beginning my Undergraduate Degree at Staffordshire University in September 2017. I am an avid reader and writer, I thoroughly enjoy expressing myself through the written word. Link to my blog: www.yorkeonline.wordpress.com

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This Week’s Positive Word is MAGIC

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This week’s positive word is

MAGIC

Do you remember being a child and believing in magic?

Do you remember your imagination being stretched so far that anything was possible?

Do you remember that feeling?

As we become adults we are filled with norms and expectations of society that we feel we should adhere to. Unfortunately magic isn’t one of the norms. In adulthood, we describe events as coincidences. But what if you were to look deeper into these coincidences?

You know I like to give you little exercises, well take ten minutes (or longer if you can) to think about any ‘coincidences’ that have happened to you in previous years, incidents that have sent you down a particular route. Have a think about the reasons these incidents may have happened … did they lead to another event? Did they send you down a different path?

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Now think about the people you’ve met on your life journey. Have you ever thought about the people who have entered into your life? Some may have passed through for a sort while, while others have stayed by your side through thick and thin. Just because someone doesn’t stay in your life for a long period of time it doesn’t mean they weren’t meant to be there … totally the opposite, they were there for a reason. A magical reason to help you on your life journey.

Now take another ten minutes out to think about the people who have entered into your life. Think initially about those who have passed through, write down their names if you have time, then write a reason as to what you gained from that relationship, what lessons have been learned?

Now look at the people in your life, and write down those that are closest to you and think about the magic that surrounds your relationship with them. Write a paragraph on each person. Think about your magical relationships. How did you meet? What have you experienced together? How have you both supported each other? It’s a wonderful feeling to value the magic in a relationship. Was it a coincidence that you met?

Some people believe in logic, but those who believe in magic will experience are more fulfilling life, a life of limitless possibilities and opportunities. Once you believe in the magic, you carry that around inside of you, projecting it like a sparkling trail. An amazing feeling that you are being protected and there is a higher purpose. Our time here is magical, it should be our job to spread that magic wherever we go.

In the words of Roald Dahl …

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So start believing in magic and watch miracles happen. It’s actually very exciting when you realise that magic does exist, and by believing you can make it happen.

Believe in the magic and watch the magic happen

By Victoria J.Brown

www.victoria-brown.com

Positive Words Research – This Week’s Positive Word is MAGIC

New Positive Words Are Created at Positive Imperative by Founder Victor Sinclair

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People are starting to create new positive words. Victor Sinclair is one of them. Through his amazing project called Positive Imperative, which started focused mainly on positive music, he is introducing the new positive words in the world’s vocabulary.

The making of new positive words is necessary.  It is due to the fact that the awareness for a positive living has increased all around the planet and with this new awareness, a new need is created: the need for new positive words to describe this new awareness

Read the fantabulous article where new words are created constantly with their related explanation: PosiWords the New Words by Positive Imperative.

Among the new positive words you will find words like: piquancy, posidriver, funology, vocabuleverage, jubilingo, positude, posiminder and many other positive words.

We have also added the new positive words to our List of Positive Words so make sure to check the list again if you haven’t already.

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