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Pessimism vs. Optimism

Categories: New Home Sales, New Home Sales Training Video, Personal Development | Posted: January 3, 2017

Myers Barnes illustrates pessimism versus optimism with a glass half full, half empty analogy. With the half full mindset, you see all things as possible and there’s no failure; with the half empty mindset, you find opposition and have a “I’m not being negative, I’m just being realistic.” outlook.  If you believe in negative outcomes, they become true and even worse, a self-fulfilling prophecy.  In this video, America’s favorite new home sales trainer explains that the glass can’t be both half full and half empty, it has to be one or the other.  The truth is the glass is always half FULL, it’s just a matter of what it’s full with – air or matter – aka: mind over matter.  Making positive change in life starts with a positive outlook, and all you have to do is believe you can achieve.

Bottom line: Optimism makes you rich, pessimism makes you poor, not just in your wallet, but in your life!

Myers Barnes is America’s favorite new home sales trainer, author, speaker and consultant.  For more information, please visit www.myersbarnes.com.

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