While I’m no fan of the “we live in the best of all possible worlds” view, there’s considerable research that cultivating a positive outlook results in happier, healthier, and more successful and satisfying lives. As Joseph T. Hallinan points...
Trying to achieve a change — lose weight, make more sales calls, exercise regularly, become more optimistic, whatever— by using our willpower alone is hard. Very hard. Near impossible. Why? Because behavioral psychology and neuroscience have shown that we actually...
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