What side of the fence do you sit on? Optimist or Pessimist?
Some of us are blessed with attributes, skills and abilities with potential and capacity. Understanding both your potential and capacity will allow you to keep a positive perspective on where you are right now and where you are headed……and what it will take to get there and realistically how long.
How we frame these moments often reveals how we feel about ourselves. It impacts on our state of being, mood and motivation.
Thats why this little book will turn you into the eternal optimist.
The Optimist is
1. a person who tends to be hopeful and confident about the future or the success of something.
“only an eternal optimist could expect success”
2. a person who believes that this world is the best of all possible worlds or that good must ultimately prevail over evil.
3. believes that others have good intentions and unknowingly hurt or attack others from a source of their own pain.
The Pessimist is
1. a person who tends to see the worst aspect of things or believe that the worst will happen.
2. views life through a negative lens, worries, has regrets, beats themselves up for not doing, being or knowing.
Observing the thoughts perspective is an important factor in mental health management. Happiness is strongly linked to optimism. I read this article in July 2019 and continue to reference it’s amazing message.
Some of us