Optimism: The How and Why
At its simplest, optimism is an expectation that good things will happen and that things will work out in the end. There’s strong evidence that optimism will improve your health. There is a strong link between optimism and longevity. Infectious optimism is the key trait of the globally successful leader. This book will bring a smile to your face and help you to be an infectious optimist.
The Case for Optimism: The Optimists' Voices
This is a book to inspire and strengthen your optimism. Helen Clark, former New Zealand Prime Minister and Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme says, “Good things happen when good people get together in common cause. More than 200 people have shared their wisdom and insights in this book ‘The Case for Optimism: The Optimists’ Voices.’ Their views are fresh and sparkle off the pages.”
In “The Case for Optimism: The Optimists’ Voices” , 200 leaders share new and inspiring quotes, comments and affirmations to bring optimism to life and help guide you to greater optimism.
At its simplest, optimism is a general expectation that good things will happen. According to recent Harvard health research, optimism may help you live longer. Optimism may also help you function better as a leader.
Most of us are sick of turning on the news or opening a newspaper and being assailed with stories of disaster, mayhem and 24/7 criticism of our leaders. Victor Perton has written the “The Case for Optimism: The Optimists’ Voices” to give voice to our yearning for a positive approach to leadership and life.
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