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Removing the rose-colored glasses
I appreciate Tali Sharot's book very much. Yes, it can be a little dry here and there, but it was a fascinating look into the "science" of optimism - it's good, bad and ugly. Though I find it is usually best to be a positive thinker rather than a negative one, I also know I need to be mindful of being a realist as well. What has helped me to avoid the trappings of positive thinking is the book "Optimal Thinking: How to Be Your Best Self". In it you find definitions and explanations of the thinking process and tools on how to maximize your thinking. A great companion piece to Ms. Sharot's treatise.
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Posted February 5, 2012
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