By Leah S. McDaniel
The proverbial phrase, “glass half empty or half full” has timeless and residual influence on a person’s life outlook. The philosophy of looking at things from an idealistic “half full” perspective, or bleak “half empty” viewpoint, has shown up everywhere from self-help books to motivational talks and workforce development. Propagated by English business magnate and Virgin Group founder, Richard Branson, glass half full leadership is the concept that positivity trickles down from the top; and that a leader should find ways to push the organization forward through optimism. “You can’t underestimate the power of positivity and the effect it can have on people around you,” challenges Branson on his popular corporate blog.
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