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  1. Being optimistic helps you out so much and and it really effects those around you. When you are optimistic it really rubs off on people in a good way.

  2. What an interesting and thought provoking thought. After reading this I thought about tons of stuff and made me wanna try and apply those. Those are some great points to keep in mind.

  3. Interesting thoughts. I like the idea of being optimistic. Especially in these challenging times when so many of us have so little control over our work lives (including whether we still have a job or not.)

  4. Thanks for this post. I am one of those people who will surely benefit from these.

  5. Optimism really promotes growth; mentally and spiritually. This is a great thing to start practicing.

  6. Being an optimistic and focused in everything can help you and your family to have a stronger relationship.

  7. I tend to be naturally optimistic. When I was furloughed this year, I took some time to work on projects I’d been neglecting and started exercising with my kids. We definitely turned lemons into lemonade. 🙂

  8. Optimism isn’t something that comes naturally to me. I realize how important it is though so I’m working on being a more positive person.

  9. I kind of needed this little boost right now! Leaving the classroom due to COVID has made me felt *lots* of feelings, but noticing how present I’m able to be with family now has been a huge benefit. It’ll be nice to incorporate some of these new habits later when I’m working again!

  10. I wish I had read this last year. It would have helped us tremendously with our situation.

  11. Great advice! Staying optimistic and focused on the positive is really so healthy and helps us heal broken relationships too.

  12. An attitude of optimism can help in almost every aspect of our lives. If we constantly dwell in the negative, it has a profoundly adverse effect on our psyche.

How do these ideas work in your world?

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