self-loathing.If you have a skill or a talent, it takes challenging work and practice to be your best. Did you know that you can practice optimism and rewire your brain to think more positively?
It’s an acquired skill that you won’t regret.Unfortunately, most people find it easier to be pessimistic rather than optimistic.
Jill Suttie discusses this negative bias in her article published by Greater Good Magazine. Suttie mentions a book by Baumeister and Tierney which outlines the steps you can take to overcome prejudice and create optimism.For example, say you and a coworker are vying for the same promotion.Read more on powerofpositivity.com