Being optimistic is more than seeing the world through rose-colored glasses. Optimism shows itself through your attitude, belief, and actions.
- Set more goals and succeed.
- Better able to handle challenges and stress.
- Enjoy better quality of life.
In fact, it turns out that optimism is a reliable predictor of work performance.
Here are ways to practice optimism:
- Expect positive and successful outcomes. This primes your brain to look for and recognize possibilities.
- Have an attitude of gratitude. List the blessings in your life. Name three great things that happened today.
- Journal about positive experiences.
- Appreciate everyone and everything. Make positive comments about the world and people around you.
Optimism has significant contribution to health and quality of life. Now doesn’t that just make you a little more optimistic?