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Twenty Tips to Claim Your Optimism Advantage

Wouldn’t you rather be an optimist than a pessimist? It’s time to sharpen your attitude, your self-motivation, and your positive focus. It’s time to claim your optimism advantage! What are you waiting for? Choose optimism by using these tips...

Paulson’s 2010 Video Logs for February 25-March 3

Hope you are enjoying my daily video logs as much as I enjoy doing them. You’re certainly getting a daily window into what a speaker and author actually does that is worth documenting. Here’s my ninth YouTube post of...

Optimism Helps Stimulate a Positive Immune Response

A new study by psychological scientists Suzanne Segerstrom of the University of Kentucky and Sandra Sephton of the University of Louisville studied how law students’ expectations about the future affected their immune response and concluded from their research that...

Position for the Right Careers Provides an Optimism Advantage

Position for the Right Careers Provides an Optimism Advantage

On the farms of Illinois, my great uncle, Harvey Swanson, used to provide his share of homespun wisdom. One of my favorites was, “It’s easiest to ride a horse in the direction it is going!” That is a lesson...

Paulson’s Video Logs for February 18-24 with Comments on Tiger Woods and the Olympics

Hope you are enjoying my daily video logs as much as I enjoy doing them. You’re certainly getting a daily window into what a speaker and author actually does with his time. Here’s my eighth YouTube post of my...

Academy Awards Honor Resilient Characters Worthy of Respect

Academy Awards Honor Resilient Characters Worthy of Respect

Whether it was Precious, the story of a young woman trying to find her way out of abuse or The Blind Side chronicling a family’s support of a young man’s dream and climb out of poverty, this year’s Academy...

The Trouble with Today’s Youth Is that They Aren’t Needed!

The Trouble with Today’s Youth Is that They Aren’t Needed!

Levine Breaking News reports: “A middle-income American family with a child born in 2008 can expect to spend about $221,190 ($291,570 when adjusted for inflation) for food, shelter, and other necessities to raise that child over the next seventeen...

Amazing “Grace” Turns $180 into Funding a $7 Million Dream

Amazing “Grace” Turns $180 into Funding a $7 Million Dream

Grace Groner was like many who lived through the Great Depression. She knew the value of money; waste not, want not. She would get many of her clothes at garage sales. She’d walk everywhere instead of buy a car....

Make Every Day the Best Day of the Year

Make Every Day the Best Day of the Year

Ralph Waldo Emerson warned, “One of the illusions of life is that the present hour is not the critical, decisive hour. Write it on your heart that every day is the best day of the year.” In today’s fast-paced, competitive...

Rejoice and Give Thanks for the Gift of Every Day

Rejoice and Give Thanks for the Gift of Every Day

Maybe there’s a reason that so many different faiths encourage a spirit of gratefulness. Giving thanks to God is, for example, a very much a part of the Jewish faith. The Mizmor L’todah, a psalm of thanksgiving (Psalm 100),...

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