1. Invent one refreshing solution to replace a routine that leaves you bored or in a rut. It could be as simple as driving to work along a different route. Brain fact: Boredom is more a negative perspective shaped by daily choices, and stored in brain as a reality.
2. Uplift your work area with natural lighting. Brain fact: Environments influence your perspective, and a healthy well lit workplace often inspires new outlooks.
3. Thank a cranky worker for even a small accomplishment. Brain fact: Well being comes grateful outlooks – fueled and extended by serotonin chemical hormones.
4. Give an offender the gift of forgiveness, by letting go of a grudge. Brain fact: Anger, fear, and frustration lead to incriminating perspectives fueled by dangerous cortisol chemicals.
5. Propose winning alternatives to an observed annoying habit. Brain fact: Venting leads to negative outlooks, that create new neuron pathways to more complaints.
6. Act as the person you want others to see in you, and that you’ll become.Brain fact: Dendrite brain cells use the outside world to shape positive perspectives, based on what you do in a day.
7. Vary your background sounds and add music for more motivating outlooks.Brain fact: Music changes brain wave speeds in ways that impact moods and alter perspectives.
8. Stir curiosity and engage others by tapping into their interests. Brain fact: Lectures or talks can work against listener perspectives because passive listening fails to improve listener views.
9. Shift routines up daily. Brain fact: Hebbian workers rely on unchanged perspectives that kill incentives, limit focus or even shrink human brains with narrow opinions and stilted views.
10. Enjoy differences as assets. Brain fact: Risk gaining new outlooks today from a person who differs in age, culture, gender, career or beliefs.
11. Sleep well in order to perceive your world well. Brain fact: Brain waves can bring either poor perspectives or peak performance, based on how you activate and manage them in your favor.
12. Research and open mentally to new and different ideas daily. Brain fact: Hook even difficult facts onto one thing you know already and perspectives grow and expand with learning.
13. Change on regular basis. Brain fact: Your brain’s basal ganglia stores old perspectives that can haunt you, while working memory holds new facts that upload innovative views.
14. Diversify your talent development to engage new perspectives. Brain fact: Multiple intelligences are common to all, used by few, and can be cultivated daily for mental health.
15. Create rather than criticize. Brain fact: Cynical or critical mindsets literally block creativity, limit talent in you or others, and stomp out innovative perspectives.
16. List key reminders that guide healthy perspectives. Brain fact: Memory can be outsourced by simple lists that help you remember to free your mind for finer perspectives that frame a day.
17. Inspire novel young ideas. Brain fact: Plasticity enables people of all ages and backgrounds to rewire their outlook in ways that keep the brain younger and more agile.
19. Encourage yourself and others to spot goodness. Brain fact: Encouragement changes the chemistry of a brain that frames itself for serotonin, and ratchets up good tone for profitable views.
19. Communicate with care, openness and honesty. Brain fact: Meta messages destroy relationships through implications different from message spoken, and can fog friendships.
20. Integrate from ideas and people across many fields. Brain fact: It often takes an integration of hard and soft skills to gain wider perspectives that solve problems with the brain in mind.
21. Relax and practice letting worries go. Brain fact: Stress literally shrinks the brain, narrows perspective, and kills tone for healthy communications.
22. Seek new ideas from growing relationships. Brain fact: Greet colleagues through speaking people’s names, to stoke perspectives that spread well being.
23. Risk innovation one perspective at a time. Brain fact: Inspire creativity and invention through teaching others at the same time you also learn and create yourself.
24. Collaborate to propose solutions from new outlooks. Brain fact: Create new neuron pathways collectively and you’ll add diverse solutions to workplace problems encountered.
25. Celebrate those who view the world from different lenses. Brain fact: Women’s and men’s brain differ biologically and intellectually, for instance, in ways that alter perspectives.