Bah humbug! where does that leave the significant proportion of the population that naturally tends towards a darker frame of mind? If you’re an inveterate worrier or bit of a pessimist are you out of luck when it comes to success?
“A growing body of research suggests that negative thinking, if strategically pursued, has a role to play in happiness, too,” reports Oliver Burkeman in the Center’s newsletter. He goes on to suggest several ways you can put your tendency towards gloom to productive use.
Continue reading on Inc.com…
- Negative Thoughts? Put Them to Good Use(inc.com)
- Life Sucks, But Maybe That’s a Good Thing? Oliver Burkeman’s New Book Makes a Case for Pessimists(observer.com)
- My negative thinking(rhsapinoso.wordpress.com)
- Prozac Leadership and The Power of Negative Thinking(wonderingpreacher.wordpress.com)