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  • Optimism

    Optimism: The Great Motivator Summary: Danial Goleman is a professor of psychology at Harvard University. This reading comes from his book Emotional Intelligence: Why it can Matter More Then IQ in 1995. Emotional intelligence‚ according to Goleman‚ means our ability to respond emotionally in appropriate‚ productive ways to life’s challenges. Response: Writer Daniel Goleman defines optimism in terms as one American who follow swimming had high hopes for Matt Biondi‚ a member of the U.S Olympic

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  • Optimism

    We can choose to look at things the negative way and always see the dark side of situations‚ or can choose to be positive and live a happy and fulfilling life. Why is it so important to live a positive life? Because it’s much more fulfilling. Optimism goes hand in hand with positive mood and good morale. It is also linked to athletic and academic success- to success in career and politics‚ to better health and longer life and positive individuals are much more attractive to people than negative

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  • Optimism

    ------------------------------------------------- Optimism Optimism is a mental attitude or world view that interprets situations and events as being best (optimized)‚ meaning that in some way for factors that may not be fully comprehended‚ the present moment is in an optimum state. The concept is typically extended to include the attitude of hope for future conditions unfolding as optimal as well. The more broad concept of optimism is the understanding that all of nature‚ past‚ present and future

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    Optimism June Oliver‚ CMA GE – 102 August 09‚ 2013 Dr. Mauk Optimism Many people don’t know what it means to be optimistic‚ and the benefits of it. Optimism is the tendency to expect and see the best in all things. There are many benefits of optimism and as you read on‚ you will find valuable and very knowledge- based information. Although it may seem hard to believe‚ being optimistic has its own challenges as well. I am a very optimistic person because I can see

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    OPTIMISM – A TOOL TO FIGHT DESPAIR “IF WINTER COMES ‚CAN SPRING BE FAR BEHIND” This is the famous maxim by P.B Shelly has a deep meaning underlying it. As we observe a silver lining around a cloud ‚ in the same manner all our misfortunes leave behind a ray of hope. Therefore ‚ the maxim seems to convey the great message that one should not be cowed down or brow beaten by the misfortunes or adversities. The dark difficult days of sufferings will not last forever‚ soon the bright days will bring

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  • Optimism and Health

    Jennifer Smith Optimism and Health PSY/220 Joshua Cohen June 1‚ 2014 The first article that I found on the effects of optimism on physical health was called Optimism and Physical: A meta-analytic review. This article grabbed my attention because it gave the research of two different groups who were studying two outcomes of optimism and physical health. The first thing covered in the article was what optimism in terms of health is. Optimism was said to be a significant predictor

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  • The Joy of Optimism

    Definition Essay: The Joy of Optimism Have you ever wondered what the world would be like if humanity slumped around in a state of eternal pessimism? Joy would be unattainable‚ and therefore‚ life would be miserable. Through my short twenty years of life on this earth‚ I have discovered that it is all about the perspective. Optimism is the key. Optimism is the anticipation that wonderful things are about to happen; it is an inclination to put the most favorable construction upon actions and events

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  • Optimism Paper

    The meaning of optimism is often misconstrued‚ so before I summarize and discuss this article‚ I would like to go into the meaning of optimism. Optimism means to expect and/or hope for the best possible outcome in every situation. Some people may refer to optimism as being hard or a waste of time‚ but the people that think this way do not recognize the effects that optimism has on physical and psychological health. When I try to describe an optimistic person‚ I think of a successful person with a

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  • Optimism Affects

    Nicolas Guarisco February 26‚ 2013 Dr. Akers English 1020 Optimism “Social science suggest that we are more optimistic than realistic” (Sharot Pg 41). Optimism bias is defined as the future being better than the past are present. In “The Optimism Bias‚” an article published by TIME magazine‚ Tali Sharot explores the world of optimism. Problems tend to surround us no matter where we are. It doesn’t matter where we are from‚ problems like war‚ economy‚ and personal problems are un-escapable.

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  • Optimism and Health

    Optimism and Health There is much to be said about how optimism impacts our physical and psychological health. People who are optimistic are more likely to persevere in the face of diversity because they foresee a positive outcome. Ultimately our psychological self has a huge impact on our physical self. If we are going into a situation with a pessimistic attitude we will most likely be stressed‚ which could lead to high blood pressure and anxiety. This will in turn impact our psychological self

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