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Posts Tagged ‘ hope ’

Risk Becoming the Architect of Your Own Future

Risk Becoming the Architect of Your Own Future

As I discussed in my newest book, The Optimism Advantage, changing jobs or careers in difficult economic times may seem easier said than done, but, in the long run, life is too short to stay in a job that...

Ted Williams Turns Faith and Optimism into a Second Chance

Ted Williams Turns Faith and Optimism into a Second Chance

Watching the prodigal return of Ted Williams to his mother on Good Morning America today was a great way to start the day. The rags-to-riches story of Ted Williams, the down-and-out homeless man and ex-con with the golden voice,...

Faith, Hope and Rescues

This week in Chile, hope became resolve, and resolve led to success. After 68 days beneath the earth, the last of the 33 miners trapped were brought to the surface. Buried after a collapse of the San Jose gold...

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...

Stanfield’s “If I Were Brave” Today’s Optimism Advantage!

Stanfield’s “If I Were Brave” Today’s Optimism Advantage!

Jana Stanfield has inspired thousands singing, If I Were Brave, a song she wrote in conjunction with Jimmy Scott. She captures the longing we all have to find the courage to live our dreams. The song asks an important...

Never Lose Hope that You Will Prevail in the End

Here are two powerful quotes from a thoughtful post by Rhondalynn Korolak, author of On The Shoulders of Giants and Financial Foreplay on her Australian Anthill blog: “The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change;...

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...

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