Optimism (5/5)

When we’re little we often associate the word “optimism” with a “glass half full” rather than “half empty.” This is a helpful comparison as a kid, but it really doesn’t explain optimism in a fulfilling way. Being an optimistic friend, employee, or coworker doesn’t have to mean you are always smiling and living in a false reality of hope. Being optimistic in a work setting means encouraging team members when their project goes awry, bringing positive energy to a room, and having meaningful motivation that a project will succeed.

Written by Kelly Colligan

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