Tag Archives: cognition

Become an Optimist

As we highlighted in a previous article, it pays to be an optimist. Take a look at the following letters: HAPPINESSISNOWHERE What did you read? Was it “Happiness is nowhere” or “Happiness is now here”?

Expecting the best is best

Scientists from Seattle Pacific University, and the University of Washington have disproved the old adage that the lower your expectations, the happier you should be following success and the less disappointed you should be following failure. In fact, the opposite turned out to be true. Students were asked how well they expected to do in […]