Wednesday, September 15, 2004

Optimal Thinking

The most important message I stress is that we are not victims, but can take control of our lives. No one should ever rely on luck or a deus ex machina to make them happy. That lottery ticket will not make you happy. That does not mean becoming Polyanna and ignoring all sad or bad events. We need to face and recognize negatives and weaknesses, but move beyond them in a positive way to explore all the possibilities. The book "Optimal Thinking" contains some excellent self diagnosis tests and processes to gain this ability. I heartily recommend it to all.

1 comment:

Trent Wormark said...

Optimal Thinking shows you how to be your best and make the most of any situation. Already a best-seller, this book is a classic. Optimal thinking stops you from settling for second best. I am committed to making optimal thinking a habit in my life.