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Want a New Life, Change Your Mindset — Be Grateful, Be Kind, to Both You and Others

Even if you don’t believe it, your mindset has an enormous influence on your happiness.

Roger Skibowski
4 min readDec 13, 2021


There is a lot of research that suggests feeling grateful and being kind to ourselves and others can have a positive impact on our lives. You don’t have to believe in it, but it can still be a good thing.

If you want more from your life than what you have now, then begin by changing your mindset so that it works for you instead of against you.

What is mindset?

The mind is a powerful thing. It can create, destroy, and heal itself. Your mindset determines how you view your life experiences and what actions you will take.

Your mindset, your attitude, and your beliefs can make or break a successful person. If you want to succeed, you need to develop a strong mindset. Your success will largely depend on the actions you take on any day. Your overall mindset and attitudes influence the actions you take each day.

Your mindset is the lens through which you experience life, and this determines how you perform in any situation. Whether you understand it, you have an attitude about everything that happens in your life. Your attitude has influenced every action that you take — from who your friends are to what you do for a living.

Our thoughts determine our attitude, and our attitude determines what we do in life. With a positive attitude, you can overcome any obstacle. If you have the right attitude, it doesn’t matter what you do.

Everyone’s life can be better!

How can your life be better? You are the CEO of your life. You control your own future, and if you don’t like the way things are going, it’s up to you to change them. This is the most fundamental and important fact to understand about your life.

How being grateful can change your mindset?

Gratitude is a powerful emotion. Studies have shown that being grateful has a positive effect on your mood one day, and the next day it will have an even greater impact on your overall life satisfaction. I…



Roger Skibowski