Having a vision full of possibilities can be a powerful force.
Your choices alter the way you view life, either improving or distorting your perspective.
Good news! Although you can’t as easily improve your I.Q., emotional intelligence can be vastly improved. Here are just a couple of ways to begin to raise your E.Q.
You may be suprised at what an optimistic outlook can do for your life.
In Learned Optimism, Dr. Martin Seligman reported on an Attributional Style Questionnaire he developed that ranks individuals on an Optimism-Pessimism scale.
When we are not optimistic, but focus on the negative, it can lead to depression. Depression has a powerful impact on society.
Attitude is more than a state of mind. Attitude influences how the brain manages healing. Dr. Richard Davidson at the University of Wisconsin has discovered that people who have a positive attitude have more electrical and metabolic activity on the left side of the brain’s prefrontal lobe.
Another important part of your outlook is the expression of gratitude for whatever you have. Regularly express gratitude.
We’ve all heard the phrase “it’s all in your head.” But new scientific research may be proving it has more truth in it than we ever imagined. The evidence points to a very real correlation between the mind and the body.
Believe it or not, these groundbreaking mind-body discoveries have their roots in the Creation story. This part of the story, though, often gets passed over.
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