How often have you heard that optimists see the glass half full and that pessimists see the glass half empty? Pretty standard.
Of course, we aren’t really talking about just a glass; we are talking about much more than a glass. We are talking about LIFE—about all of the situations and experiences that make up our rich lives. Things like:
- career twists and turns
- changes in our health status
- joys with our children
- pains with our children
- and on and on….
I suspect that for years you’ve been told you were a glass half full person or a glass half empty person. You may have even bought into the label, describing yourself as such to others. Let me ask you, how does it feel to be seen by others as a glass half full person? Pretty darn wonderful! Yes, who me? The person who has it all together? Sure, I’ll take it! And how does it feel to be the glass half empty person? Pretty darn un-wonderful. Don’t mind me. Just off to figure out how to fix another thing that’s wrong with me.
Only there is nothing wrong with you. It’s all BS; it simply is not true.
What if I told you that the status of “your glass” does not matter one bit? Continue Reading