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Find out if you have a predominant positive thinking pattern or a predominant negative thinking pattern. 

Your predominate thoughts will determine how you emotionally feel. To secure positive emotions we must have a positive mindset.

Please take time to really think about your answers before you select either option A or B. Please be as honest as you can to find out whether you have a predominant negative or positive thinking pattern. If you are not sure about the questions you can ask someone who knows you well to help you.

Write your answers down on paper, if you think you have both A & B answers to one question write down the one you mostly do.

1.) When you first wake up in the morning do you …
8.) When you have had a fight with someone, do you?
2.) When faced with a problem, do you…
9.) When something goes wrong do you?
3.) When you are around people that are complaining and discussing their issues do you …
4.) You had plans with someone and they cancel on you last minute, do you.
10.) When you have an argument with someone do you?
11.) When you want to start something new do you...
5.) When you find out someone close to you is unwell do you? 
12.) You have a future thing you are preparing for, do you?
6.) When you make a mistake/ error
13.) Something goes wrong, do you?
7.) When things are not going your way do you? 

You may have noticed it's not easy to examine yourself. Great effort!

TellY uP your answers to see whether you have more A’s or B’s

If you have answered a majority of the questions with B.


You may have a predominate positive thinking pattern. This is a good indication that you are open to possibilities with a positive outlook. This also shows you look to live with a sunny disposition and try to see the solution rather than focus on the problem!

Maintaining a predominate positive thinking pattern keeps you feeling good and keeps you motivated. 

If you have answered a majority of the questions with an A.


You may have a predominant negative thinking pattern. It’s no secret when we have a good thought, we feel good. And when we have a negative thought, we feel bad. That’s the science of our biology.


Thinking patterns have a direct impact on how we emotionally feel. If you notice that most of the day you are feeling negative emotions like frustration, anger, worry, anxiety, or simply feeling down and flat you probably have a high activity of mental disharmony due to a habit of thinking in a more negative way. (No need to stress)


However, this pattern of thinking may impact not only our own feelings towards life in general and others we have relationships with or encounter. But also have an influence on how other people react respond and treat you.  Which in simple terms means you may experience little or no joy, feelings of tension or not at ease and you may feel life is unfair or full of stressful moments.

Life is about balance and the only way we can bring equilibrium in our life is to choose to become more aware of the thoughts we think and change the perspective from which we receive projections of life. To exchange this mental activity, we must select more positive thoughts which will then create an equivalent positive emotion which means we feel good!

It’s as simple as that well, the principle is easy however the process of creating the habit of thinking positively can be challenging if you have had this pattern of thinking for most of your life.

The good news is we can train our minds to learn and adapt to new ways of thinking through simple methods and mindset skills you can learn how to overcome the habit of a predominate negative thinking pattern in exchange for a predominate positive thinking pattern.

Here are my 3 steps to start you off in training your mind to a more predominant thinking pattern. It all begins with awareness of the issue and the cause.


  1. Start to pay close attention and notice how you are emotionally feeling. When you become aware of feeling a little negative stop immediately and look at your past thoughts for the last 2 minutes. You will notice you were in fact entertaining numerous negative thoughts.

  2. For the next 3 days in a row write down when throughout the day you are feeling negative emotions. Times & events, after the 3rd day have a look back through your notes and see if you can find a pattern occurring at similar times/events and see what it is exactly that’s making you feel negative.

  3. Figure out what are the triggers that lead you to a negative thought. Examples- people being late disrespecting you- you not completing tasks that you set out to do-just feeling bored/lonely.


What you will find if you examine this process with scrutiny is that all your negative thoughts are directly linked to a subconscious negative belief! That right. A thought and a belief are one and the same thing. Simply put, a thought is a thought, and a belief is the feeling behind the thought. And the belief is driving the thought to think in either a negative or positive direction.

  If you would like to dive deeper into the process of changing your thinking pattern here are 2 of my most popular classes relating to changing your mindset.

These classes are one-on-one personalized sessions in private over Zoom.

Express Class- Calculate your Thinking

Express Class- You Can’t Break Bad Habits

*Disclaimer these answers are not to be taken as definite/accurate and are only to be used as a guide for the purpose of the survey

Please remember if you are experiencing serious mental health difficulties it is always advised to seek a medical professional.


Thank you.

Remember to be kind to yourself & and others.


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