By Tia Ghose, Staff Writer
Published: 08/24/2013 12:01 PM EDT on LiveScience
Are you a "glass half-full" or a "glass half-empty" kind of person?...
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By making a conscious decision to live your life with less negativity in it, you become the arbiter of what you let in and what you don't. We always have a choice as to how we want to live our life and what kind of quality we want it to have.
It's tough to argue against the power of positive thinking. A multitude of studies, data and anecdotal evidence supports the notion that optimists exp...
Here's the scenario: I'm driving the minivan with a kid in tow. Some "gentlemen" (benefit of the doubt, people) in front of me has his right blinker on... you can guess the rest.
If you are only seeing the good things, you've got a distorted view of the world. If you recognize both strengths and weaknesses of your team and yourself, you are starting in a rational place.
By Tali Sharot
While the past few years have seen important advances in the neuroscience of optimism, one enduring puzzle remained. How is it that ...
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