06 Mar Just because the economy’s going into depression doesn’t mean you have to too!
It’s possible to be happy these days, say people who know a thing or two about the topic. Being happy is a choice, but being and staying happy takes work.
Michael Cheves isn’t letting the economic climate bring him down. Things will get better, he promises. Easy for him to say. He’s president of the Optimist Club of Arlington, the world’s largest Optimist group.
“When things get bad, you think about the good around you,” says Cheves, project manager for a manufacturing and distribution company. “Nothing is as bleak as it seems.”
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