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I am glad you found the article helpful. Thank you. Yes, there are some distant principles learned from optimists. Positive feedback to the brain enhances its power. But to better adopt optimists' principles, please permit me to suggest this article: http://www.bizsugar.com/Self-Development/train-yourself-to-be-an-optimist-yes-you-can/ "
Exactly. The point is when you can, for example, communicate the features of a product in icons, instead of words, the likelihood of them being noticed and remembered will be much more successful. We can't ignore words but we can make our communications much more lively if words are not always the default position."
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