Do you consider yourself to be an optimist or a pessimist? Actually, whether you choose one over the other, technically, you’d be wrong. Psychological studies have proven that optimism and pessimism are not invariable character traits, but moldable features related to our way of thinking. And here’s the good news: No matter what your circumstances are – optimistic thinking is something that anyone can learn!
Along the way I talk about…
- The benefits of an optimistic way of thinking, and how it helps us achieve better physical and mental health, professional success and quality relationships.
- The “explanatory style” – Analyzing how we explain a difficult situation in order to transform our mental habits.
- The importance of becoming aware of our own response to adversity and challenge, so that we can actually to do something about it.
- Four really powerful tips: the “ABCDE” thinking, the “worst case, best case, most likely scenario” technique, the Genius of Hope, and Desire.
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May you live purposefully, may you love yourself, and may you love life.
Bye for now!
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