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Posts Tagged ‘ Overcoming Adversity ’

Those Regularly Attending Religious Services Are More Optimistic

Churchgoers are more likely to be optimistic. A new study published in the Journal of Religion and Health, found that those women who attend church, synagogue or any other religious service regularly have better chances of having a positive...

Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?

For centuries people have struggled with a vexing question: “If there is a just and all-powerful God, why do bad things happen to good people?” Books have been written to explore this difficult question. Some reject faith, because no...

Get Busy Focusing on YOUR Economy!

Get Busy Focusing on YOUR Economy!

The media seems obsessed with talking about when THE economy will improve. As a result, too many people are watching instead of actively making the best of their own opportunities. They forget that free enterprise all but ensures expansion...

Optimists Trust Themselves More than Washington

Optimists Trust Themselves More than Washington

Two recent surveys indicate that many Americans are becoming less optimistic about our government and the strength of the economic recovery. While the stock market has performed well in the last year, small businesses, the major source of...

Adversity Produces Strength

Adversity Produces Strength

One of my favorite quotes from The Optimism Advantage was one by Jim Loehr. He provides a valuable perspective, “Life is about storms. . . . Stress, in and of itself, is not the problem. Stress can be...

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...

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