A blank was purposely left there, because that would be giving away the reason of your optimism, or pessimism. Let’s withhold a little suspense first.
We all know life sometimes sucks, and bad circumstances can make it really stinks big time. Some faltered under its heavy weight, while others conquered over it again and again. Why?
Extracted from Dr. Martin Seligman’s book, “Learned Optimism: How to Change Your Mind and Your Life”, you can now test your own optimism on the Stanford University website – Optimism Test. After getting your score, return here to get the explanations.
If you check the explanations first without doing the test, your results will be rendered inaccurate. Hence, I decided to email the explanations as a PDF attachment to each and every one of you individually instead.
By providing your name and email address, you also agree to be included in the mailing list. I promise I won’t spam you, because I dislike spam as much as you do. You will only get 1 newsletter each month (sometimes none). You can also unsubscribe at anytime.
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Alternatively you can purchase his book to get the explanations without signing up.
Disclaimer: I have no affiliation with Dr. Seligman. I was so blown away by what I read that I want to share and recommend it to more people. If you like what you learn so far, please support the author by purchasing the book.
Book Depository is a good place to start.
It’s an affiliate link, so you will be doing me a lovely favour if you purchase through me.
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— Sharon Lee (@sharonleesg) June 23, 2015