A simple, yet powerful, way to feel happier, more confident, more loving, and more productive is to see the good in others. Because of what scientists call the brain’s “negativity bias,” we are most likely to notice bad qualities rather than good ones. If we feel we’re surrounded by people with bad qualities, we tend to feel less supported, less safe, and less likely to pursue our dreams. Conversely, changing our focus to see others’ positive qualities improves our feelings of security and support. To change your focus, slow down and cultivate a curious, rather than judgmental, attitude about other people. Then make a conscious effort to identify their positive intentions, abilities and character traits.
Read the full article here: See The Good In Others