Train Yourself To Be An Optimist (Yes, You Can!)

Train Yourself To Be An Optimist (Yes, You Can!) Avatar Posted by Debra Kaye under Self-Development
From http://www.mindbodygreen.com 522 days ago
Made Hot by: NolanGreen on June 1, 2013 9:24 am
Are you in a rut of thinking yourself as a failure? I use the word rut on purpose, because feeling like a failure – and behaving like one – is a habit you can change. You can flip it around and teach



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Written by logistico
517 days ago

This article motivates me to be positive always. Which makes me worry less about small things that makes my bad day.

Thanks you for sharing your article!



Written by Debra Kaye
517 days ago

I'm so very glad it was helpful. Thanks for taking the time to tell me about it. Might I also suggest that you go to Amazon amzn.to/ZCH6Cn and read the free excerpt from my book, Red Thread Thinking? There are loads of fairly simple things you can do that will encourage you and power up your brain too.



Written by bigmoneyweb
522 days ago

Hi Debra, being an optimist is all in the mind. Its what you think that you are that you really are. Its always good to be positive what whatever we are doing because, once you start feeling and thinking of failure, you will definitely fail. Thanks a lot for sharing such an inspirational post with the Bizsugar community.

Val



Written by Debra Kaye
522 days ago

Hi Val,

Thanks for your comment. Glad you liked the post. And you are so right. This is all in one's head. Just as if you think of yourself smarter, you will be so.

Debra



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