Train Your Brain to Be Optimistic
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Mines the nature of positive thinking and optimism because success depends on your brain's attitudes and perceptions Optimism is the positive belief in your ability to deal with whatever you confront. So, it is not an unfounded belief that all will be well, but a grounded trust that you can handle what may come.
Notes that pessimistic people have decided that all is awful, robbing themselves of the ability to act. All people have mental rules constructed in the brain, usually unconscious, that determine how they will react to events. The key to optimism is redrafting your rules to help you respond with positive thinking, making you happier.
The strategy for revising your brain's rules involves six steps:
The new rules will be your guide to a mindset that embraces the positive and minimizes the negative. Leave the rules up until your perspective on life changes.
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Source is Inc.com
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