The Top 50 Most Positive & Empowering Words [Infographic]

Looking for words that will grab attention in your headlines, blog post titles, email subject lines and more?

Check out the top 50 most positive and top 50 most empowering words in the infographic below.

Using these words will help you to create feelings of empowerment or positive emotion in your readers.

The words below are listed in order by ranking from 1-50.  It’s based on the research behind the HookLine Dynamic app (which works from a database of over 34,000 English words, with rankings of positive/negative emotion, empowerment, and excitement).

Have you tried the HookLine Dynamic Tool yet?
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  1. Great resource. Thanks

    1. You’re welcome, Suz. Glad you found this helpful. More to come soon!
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  2. Michelle,
    As always, you provide helpful content with this list of words. I retweeted it for you. I also loved your 184 ways to drive traffic. I am trying to find that post again to retweet because I originally accessed it from my phone. I noticed lately when I try to go to blogengage- (one of your recommended sites) their site is not ssl- so I get a security warning when I try to go there. Are you noticing the same thing?
    I love your lesser used suggestions in that post such as updating skype, I hadn’t thought of that. Comprehensive. You are the ultimate pro.I appreciate you. I didn’t notice start a fire in your list. I use it and like the capability to add a badge to content i recommend.

    1. Thanks for tweeting! :)

      Actually, you can grab a copy of all 184 ideas right here as a PDF download if you’d like:

      Or, this is the original post link:

      I haven’t seen a security warning on BlogEngage but I haven’t used that one in a bit and mine is a free account so I wasn’t specifically looking for SSL… thanks for sharing that, worth noticing those kind of dangers.

      Haven’t used Start a Fire – thanks for mentioning it! I’m excited to go check it out. :)
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  3. Hey Michelle,
    This is one awesome resource! Saving to my keep it handy folder right now! Thanks so much!

    1. You’re welcome – glad you found this helpful. :)
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  4. Very Very cool and a few of them did surprise me!

    Thanks so much!!!

    1. Me too! Mostly the order – but they do make sense. :)
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  5. Hey Michelle,

    Glad to read your informative post. This time I’ve found great stuff which is really going to help many people in order to improve their communication skills.
    If you use this kind of incredible words in your conversation whether it live or online – definetly have great impact on audience. Eventually, thanks for revealing a light on this topic.

    With best wishes,

    Amar kumar
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    1. Thanks for reading and commenting, Amar.
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  6. Always some good stuff Michelle!Thanks for sharing!

  7. I’d go for 8 and 28 as the most positive English words among all listed above. Is someone asking me why 8 and 28? Oh! yes… It’s all about love, I mean it, I love the word “love” Lol. Thanks for putting this together, I will try to make use of some of the words always.

    1. “Love” that you chose your favorite words, Jenny!
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  8. Lol. Jenny I was on the verge of asking the question. But you already did and provided the answer. That’s cool though, I like the word as well and I endorse it as the best among others. Reasons unknown.. Lol.

    1. Lol. I’m glad you like the words too. Cheers!

  9. I use most of the words there regularly. It’s good to learn more about other great positive and empowering words. Great for writers. Thanks for putting this up. Quite helpful.

    1. You’re welcome, Michael. Glad it’s helpful.
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  10. I am going to save this list if you do not mind. One of my newer blogs deals a lot with “feel good” topics. Things like positive outlooks, exercise, and eating right. I think a lot of these words will be beneficial to use in my articles and for my titles. Getting a lot of help from your blog, really enjoying it :)

  11. Thanks, Michelle. I appreciate the infographic with the list of the 50 most positive and most empowering words.
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