9 Ways to Become an Optimist | Coaching Psychology for a Better Workplace | Scoop.it

Some people are more optimistic by nature, but optimism is not a fixed attribute. It’s a choice we have control over. Every morning, we either choose to wake up grumpy or wake up with a positive outlook. Research has shown that, in the long run, optimistic people handle stress better, get sick less often, live longer, and are happier and more successful than their pessimistic counterparts.


Via The BioSync Team, Wise Leader™