Have you ever wondered how some people always seem to see the sunny side of things? How missed flights can turn into adventures, bad directions can deliver them to exciting new locales, lost opportunities lead them to new learning, and unexpected changes in plans leave them feeling more spontaneous than flustered? How does that work, exactly?
Perhaps it's like Henry David Thoreau once said:
"It's not what you look at that matters,
it's what you see." ~ H.D. Thoreau
The same people tend to see the glass as half full.
Many things in life are open to interpretation. Luckily, we each have 100% control of our own attitude about something, regardless of how much or little control we have over that something itself. With that in mind, here are a few tips to make the bright side shine a little more often in any situation.
Rainy day, or best puddle ever? Photo courtesy of Amy Neumann
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