How to Be The Best You Can Be
Have you ever covered up negativity with positive thinking? At best, it keeps us from expressing our frustrations in public, but too often this strategy causes us to live as hypocrites, hiding our true thoughts and feelings for appearances sake. You might have noticed that you get lost in thought or are in the grip of your thoughts. This happens to everyone.
I’m Dr. Rosalene Glickman, author of Optimal Thinking: How to Be Your Best Self (Wiley, seven printings and in 17 languages). As you know, positive thinking has many advantages, but life experiences have taught me that positive thinking can also be counterproductive and even dangerous.
For decades, personal development gurus have told us: “Fake it until you make it!” I don’t support this strategy. It’s dishonest, disconnects us from our highest self, and denies us of real interactions and relationships with others.
I believe that making the best of ourselves is the reason we were born. Are you ready to make the most of yourself and live your authentic best life? Since 1980, I’ve helped people in widely different circumstances connect with their best selves and take the wisest actions to achieve their most important goals. Having ranked in the top 20 global personal development experts for the past 17 years, I know how to best overcome obstacles and maximize personal success. So, I’m glad you landed on this page, because it’s your turn to explore how to:
Define your best self
Put your best self in charge
Live your authentic best life
I agree with Oprah Winfrey who believes “We all desire the fullest, highest expression of ourselves” and Ralph Waldo Emerson who said “Make the most of yourself for that is all there is of you.” In my view, “We can only experience our authentic power in the present moment” and “Every situation provides an opportunity to be our best.”
You can empower your best self to create your best life regardless of what stage of life you are in, or where you are right now. At OptimalThinking.com, you’ll find the tools you’re looking for to rise above suboptimal thinking — including negative thinking and the wishful positive thinking that lead to disappointment, frustration, distraction, hopelessness, and even trauma.
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To help you embark on your journey of optimum self-discovery and success, I’ve designed a quick quiz for you, Rate Your Level of Thinking. When you sign up for our free newsletter, you’ll receive my free Optimal Thinking for Tough Times road map and a link to this free quiz.
You will learn about your thinking style and whether it supports your best interests. I will also point you to resources to connect with your best self, optimize – not just manage or improve – your thinking, and truly create your best life. So, don’t delay. Place your best self in charge, live your best life, and please, stay in touch!
All my best,
Rosalene Glickman, Ph.D.
Author, Optimal Thinking (Wiley seven printings and in 17 languages)
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