Psychologist Martin Seligman says research shows that optimistic people are happier, healthier and more successful than those with a negative perspective on life. Proverbs makes this clear (“A cheerful heart is good medicine”). Plus, people respond much better to those who are cheerful and optimistic than to those who are gloomy and pessimistic. This single change in outlook, if one can do it, will pay dividends in lots of ways.
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