125 N7 Positive Emotion – Nonchalant

Nonchalant

Definition

Casually calm and relaxed.

Practical Tips

  1. Appreciate everything is as it should be.
  2. Know that you can deal with all situations that arise in a positive way.
  3. Methodically work out the solution and next step forward.
  4. Trust in your abilities.

Beliefs and Affirmations

My Nonchalant attitude allows me to keep my head when I am making important decisions.

Rules

(How to make it very EASY to feel the positive emotion)

Anytime I ‘Go with the flow’, I can deal with challenges in a Nonchalant fashion.

Example Challenges

DC036 I’ve given a friend a 2nd chance over their bad behaviour and they just repeat it and I feel like a mug.
DC037 I’m consistently working hard but one complaint brings me down and I never feel I’m good enough.
DC047 The pressure from advertising is overwhelming at Christmastime.
DC051 I don’t like the dark, it makes me sad.
DC059 Staff in shops who are serving you, but continue to talk to their colleague on the other till!
DC060 People who don’t thank me when I let them out of a junction, car park, shop door etc.
DC063 People who text, then text again 5 minutes later and keep doing it until you reply (don’t people realise you may be unavailable or driving)!
DC064 Text speak or dreadful grammar on Facebook.
DC065 People who park in disabled spots when they quite clearly aren’t disabled.
DC078 I get stressed when my mobile battery dies and I cant charge it.  I panic and get anxious as someone might want to get in touch, they may have messaged me and I am not able to get back to them so they might get cross!
DC088 I get quite annoyed sometimes at the blatantly stupid statements and advertising aimed at manipulating us!
DC096 The weather is SO miserable, it’s getting me down!
DC150 Someone has tweeted a nasty tweet about me!!!

Quotes

“Nonchalance is the ability to remain down to earth when everything else is up in the air.”
-Earl Wilson

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