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MindHack Digest: Importance of Learned Optimism, how to get $#!* done and why travel is not the answer

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MindHack Digest: Importance of Learned Optimism, how to get $#!* done and why travel is not the answer
By Cody McLain • Issue #15 • View online
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Happy Monday!
Or aren’t you so happy that it’s Monday? Like many people I’m not a naturally born optimist and would in-fact say I have a gnat for always finding the negatives out of any situation. To be fair though, we’re wired to look out for the bad things as our cave-man ancestors wouldn’t of survived by only looking at the good things.
It turns out that Optimism is associated with better health and a longer life-span. Studies have shown that optimists are even luckier, have more persevere and are less likely to die from cardiovascular diseases.
If your anything like me though, don’t fret, as life is a journey and as long as you carry forth the right mindset, optimism can indeed be learned. Books like Learned Optimism and Authentic Happiness seem like good starting points.
Wishing you a happier and more productive week!
-Cody

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