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Here Be Growth

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And then there’s the rest of the story – positive feelings as marquees for growth opportunities…

Herein lies the likely reason for feelings.  Just as negative feelings are a “here-be-dragons” sensory system that alarms you, telling you unmistakably that you are in a win-lose encounter, the feeling part of positive emotion is also sensory.

Positive feeling is a neon “here-be-growth” marquee that tells you that a potential win-win encounter is at hand… Positive feelings about a person or an object get us to approach it, while negative feelings get us to avoid it.

— Martin Seligman

I admit:  When I’m feeling positive I’m usually so happy to be happy, so caught up in the joy of the moment, that I may be missing the “here be growth” message – and as a consequence, missing an opportunity to approach and explore new paths. This is one of those déjà-vu-all-over-again moments for me because last year about this time, in my post Waiting in the Wings, I wrote Continue reading » Here Be Growth

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Here Be Dragons

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What do you think: Can negative emotions be positive?

Herein lies the likely reason for feelings…negative feelings are a “here-be-dragons” sensory system that alarms you, telling you unmistakably that you are in a win-lose encounter… [Negative] feelings about a person or an object get us to avoid it.

— Martin Seligman

Even as a kid, I didn’t like milk. But it wasn’t until I was in my twenties that it dawned on me – thirty minutes after I drank a glass of milk I got a stomachache – no wonder I didn’t like milk! Turns out I was lactose intolerant.  Call it a “here be dragons” moment that eventually alerted me to Continue reading » Here Be Dragons