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Posts Tagged ‘ terry paulson ’

Circles® Helping People Out of Poverty and Into Earned Optimism

Circles® Helping People Out of Poverty and Into Earned Optimism

True optimism is earned. No one can give it to you. That is the problem with caring that translates into dependency trapping entitlements. But Circles® is a community-based initiative that is bringing hope to those in poverty who want...

by Terry Paulson on Jul 25, 2014
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With Gratitude Every Day Becomes Thanksgiving

With an annual day set aside for Thanksgiving, it’s easy to try to cram gratitude into one day. But why not cultivate the habit of daily gratitude to make every day Thanksgiving? Dennis Prager, author of Happiness Is a Serious...

by Terry Paulson on Nov 25, 2013
Category: Uncategorized

Share and Discuss the Life Lessons Your Teens Want to Learn

A country can only be as good as the citizens it develops, Calvin Coolidge alluded to that truth when he wrote On a Great Government: “If in a free republic a great government is the product of a great...

Humorous Speaker Notes Smiles Increase Your “Face Value”

Lee Mildon said, “People seldom notice old clothes if you wear a big smile.” This is not a defense for wearing old clothes, but it sure points to the value of a smile–to those who see it and those...

MITRE’s Nano Kids Have a Real-World Impact

MITRE’s Nano Kids Have a Real-World Impact

Sometimes, you find best practices in action that give you hope for the future in the midst of the negative economic and political realities we face daily in the mainstream media. One such best practice comes to us from...

True Optimists Are Realists

A recent article by Alina Tugend in the New York Times, Lean Toward the Sunny Side, but Don’t Overdo It, prompted a Linked In discussion on whether “moderate optimism” is better than “extreme optimism.” You don’t need to moderate...

MaryEllen Salamone Focuses on Unity of 9/12 Not Terror of 9/11

MaryEllen Salamone Focuses on Unity of 9/12 Not Terror of 9/11

On the 10th anniversary of 9/11, so much was covered on the deadly terrorist attacks and in remembering the loss of so many lives on that horrific day. MaryEllen Salamone lost her husband John on that day in 2001....

“Pocket Paulson” Podcast Provides Motivation On Demand

“Pocket Paulson” Podcast Provides Motivation On Demand

Want to enjoy a few minutes with a high content, motivator who will help you leverage optimism to make change work no matter what your age or role, try subscribing to my new podcast, the Pocket Paulson! You’ll enjoy...

Meetings Matter and Meetings Optimism Is on the Upswing!

Meetings matter! They matter for businesses eager to promote the value of their products, services and their strategic vision for the future. They are important for hotels, resorts, speakers, exhibitors, suppliers, and meeting planners who serve the meetings industry....

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...

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