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Conveying Enthusiasm [11 tips to show enthusiasm]

Conveying Enthusiasm [11 tips to show enthusiasm]

How can you convey enthusiasm and how can you appear enthusiastic? In this article you will find tips to develop this quality in yourself. Read along…

Tip 1 – Enthusiasm means: enjoy yourself now, be cheerful and happy

Just enjoy (already) all the things you are going to do. You do not have to wait to enjoy until you have finished a task. You can be happy now too! And then you are automatically enthusiastic.

Get excited about something and look forward to it!

Tip 2 – Do what you want to do: have plans that make you enthusiastic

If you are doing something that you are not enthusiastic about, sometimes the solution is just very simple: do other things. Start doing more and more things that do get you excited.

Tip 3 – Think of ways in which something becomes fun

Think of ways you can have fun while doing what needs to be done. You’re bound to figure out a way.

Tip 4 – Enthusiasm is contagious: be around enthusiastic people

Ask someone who is enthusiastic about a particular task to take you into it for a while.

This also works the other way around: if you are enthusiastic, other people will join you! Others like to be in your presence when you are enthusiastic. They would like to have you around.

Tip 5 – Put on a smile

It really is that simple. No difficult techniques and psychological theories are needed to generate enthusiasm. By simply putting on a happy smile, you can light up the day for everyone.

Tip 6 – Just pretend you’re excited

enthusiasm tips examples

Use the as-if question and your imagination and just pretend. Just put on a smile and pretend you’re enjoying what you’re doing.

Tip 7 – Think positive: see things on the bright side

Enthusiastic people see everything from the bright side. Even when life is equally difficult. You have the optimism and confidence that everything will be fine. To do this, use one of the many reconsideration techniques  to look at the good of everything that happens.

Tip 8 – Do the best you can: you will automatically become enthusiastic

Enthusiasm automatically comes from dedication. If you want to do something the best possible, even the most boring job becomes fun thanks to the enthusiasm that arises. So give yourself 100 percent.

Tip 9 – Do something with your heart and soul: do it with complete dedication

Give yourself 100%.

And whatever you do, do it wholeheartedly.
– Colossians 3:23

Tip 10 – Imagine the end result and see how happy everyone is

If you’re cleaning a shed, imagine what it will look like after you’re done. Imagine the happy expressions on the faces of others when they can enjoy a neat shed again.

Tip 11 – Enthusiasm comes from within, so you can get excited about everything

Enthusiasm ensures that you can take time to enjoy the simple wonders of the world. You can even get excited about a sidewalk tile. This enthusiasm comes from within yourself. An external object or event should not matter whether you are enthusiastic or not.

Why is enthusiasm so important?

First, enthusiasm is very useful for achieving goals. Enthusiasm helps you to imagine what is possible. You will follow your dreams with real joy.

In addition, others like to be in your presence if you are enthusiastic. They would like to have you around. Without enthusiasm you would be pessimistic and others would want to avoid you.

Someone who is not enthusiastic about anything finds everything boring, and is boring himself.

Without enthusiasm, everything is done slowly and without pleasure. All excitement and passion are missing. People give in, don’t fully commit, and do everything reluctantly.

Finally, use this affirmation for enthusiasm

I am full of enthusiasm. I give myself 100%. I use my imagination and am open to all the wonders that await me every day. I engage in these miracles with full commitment.

The original work? View the cards of the virtues project

The virtues project is the original initiative to spread as many virtues in the world as possible. 

Good luck with developing your enthusiasm!

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Hello! Thanks for reading these articles. My intention is to make happiness as simple and clear as posssible. By the way, excuse my English. I am not a native English speaker since I live in Amsterdam. Much appreciated if you use the comments to make suggestions on my grammar. See ya in another blogpost!


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