At this day and age, it is clear that we have become addicted to our social media channels and digital tools. People often can’t wait to respond to posts or read replies. Even though it’s a great way to stay connected, it does seem that much of what is going on in the news is negative.
It is then up to us, the general population, to bring out the positive in all that is going on. We can’t rely on mainstream media to make our days bright. We must take an active role in being the light in the world we live in.
Someone is going to read your post today. Will it make them happier, sadder, or more stressed? Or will it lift them up and add hope and perspective? Let’s go over some of the ways that we can add good news to our timelines to make them more motivating.
6 Ways To Add More Good News To Your Timelines
1.) Share Great News
One of the easiest ways to spread the good is to share good news that is already out there. When your friends, family and professional connections take the time to embrace the good things that are happening in their life, celebrate with them.
This not only allows you to be a more positive person, but it gives them additional support. This strengthens your current relationship. As much as misery loves company, accomplishment, happiness, and joy love a great social media celebration.
2.) Be a Fan
Like someone’s fan page or business. Take the time to browse and find something that is amazing, outstanding, or simply original to share on your own timeline.
This allows you to find joy and celebration with them. It also gives your audience new perspective on positive things that are out there that they may not have known about.
Make it a habit to explore pages and businesses that you didn’t know much about. This is an added tool in your arsenal of positive things to share.
Tag to include people on your positive posts that will agree and share your good news. Tag folks could benefit from a positive spin on things. Allow it to amplify throughout your timeline.
You can tag organizations and companies, along with friends and professionals that this news will be well received by. Many times, people will re-share and like it, which increases the magnitude of the happiness that you are sending through social media.
It is important that we all have a place where we can be free with our thoughts, feelings, and emotions. Start a blog. Write down your thoughts on certain issues and feel free to explain them. Elaborate and be as expressive as possible.
Every issue has a good and bad side. Make sure that you highlight it and always conclude with possibilities and solutions. Your blog could be just the thing that lets somebody know that they are not alone. Don’t forget to post on your timeline and tag your friends.
There should never be a shortness of fun and positive things happening in your life. Record them and share on your social media. Get the laughs. Record the dancing. Get the bloopers and funny moments. Catch the random goofy instances.
Make sure you share this good news. And guess what, they will be re-shared! This is also a way to have a track record of great things that have happened in your life. With all of the negativity surrounding us, it’s truly refreshing to see smiles, laughs, giggles, and public displays of affection.
Pictures are a great way to make your timeline positive. Colorful pictures can brighten anybody’s day.
Certain images increase positivity: like babies, animals, and food. Who doesn’t get happy when they see a delectable dessert as they scroll down their timeline? Some people may do a double-take, or even ask you for the recipe.
Images from nature are also a good idea. The vivid colors always give a positive spin on whatever negative is going on. With each picture, you can add wonderful words of wisdom, or your experience with this particular picture and how it came to be.
A beautiful picture is one of the best ways to spread good news on your timeline.
Add happiness throughout your timeline by sharing this article – and see how fast it spreads! Let me know what you think.
Original post on Everyday Power Blog
July 22, 2017