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The Power of Negative Thinking by @drtcp

I found this TED Talk, oddly a short one,  as I was looking for talks on positivity. It’s about the Power of Negative Thinking by Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, a self professed dr.thomasrecovering Argentine psychologist who is a Professor of Business Psychology at University College London as well as being an author. See his books on Amazon here. It has humor but also information I am wondering what you think about. Give your thoughts in the comments below or on the the Youtube channel itself for him to see your interest. You don’t have to but if you would like to share, go for it. Listen closely.

 

The image is from Hogan Assessments of which the good doctor is the CEO. By clicking the image you will go to their site and read more information about the TED Talk and how it relates to the recent release of a book.

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3 thoughts on “The Power of Negative Thinking by @drtcp

  1. Many factors go to the ‘creation’ of self-concept. Agree with the general premise, though I would call it ‘realistic thinking’ rather than ‘negative thinking’. Food for thought for sure.

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