Optimists dream big.
Dreaming is believing -- and if you reach for the stars, you actually will achieve better results.
As it turns out, there’s some scientific backing to being a pie-in-the-sky optimist.
In 1997, researcher Gary McPherson studied child musicians, their goals, and their outcomes later in life.
He found the child musicians who imagined themselves playing their instrument forever were more likely to have achieved their goal as a professional musician.
So, while it takes more than just a blind belief to achieve success, a little dreaming doesn’t hurt.
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