Why It’s Smart to Be a Rational Optimist, Especially During COVID

Uncertain times have a way of revealing optimism or pessimism in people in equal measures.

Some people see the situation to be thankful for what they still have. To appreciate the positive side of humanity that reveals itself in tough times.

While others choose to see only doom, lamenting...

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6 Ways to Detox Your Life this Spring

Spring is the time of year when we naturally have that ‘out with the old, in with the new’ kinda feeling—but a spring detox can be so much more than decluttering your cupboards and closets.

Those of you who are tuned into the seasonal cycles are probably...

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When Positive Thinking & Being Overly Optimistic Becomes A Delusion

OK optimists, I know what you're thinking:
"WHAT......There's a downside to positive thinking? Isn’t that the most important thing!?"

I get it. I’ve written a series of journals based on the concept of focusing your attention on what is good but in the journals you'll also notice that...

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Motivation: What Olympic Athletes Do To Stay Focused

If I had to take a wild guess, the #1 single trait that almost all people would wish for, is to be more motivated to chase their dreams. I'm sure you'd agree that there's no better example of awe-inspiring motivation than the dedication of an Olympic athlete. 

Recently The Atlantic listed 7...

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