As those of you who know me personally know I have a new obsession in the form of positive psychology. My main gripe is that I cannot find trustworthy online guides on the topic (like one would for, say woodturning or baking). Thus I was delighted to find the blog of Zachary Burt. He has not written a huge amount of content, but the posts are well written and well reasoned. Check out his posts on entrepreneurship and positive psychology.
This post originally appeared on the Stronico blog – with the absorption of Stronico into Digital Tool Factory this post has been moved to the Digital Tool Factory blog
||Written By Steve French|
Positive psychology is cute but a little trite and all too common so I don’t know why you had a hard time finding material on-line. Maybe it has become so common and trite that everyone has moved on. You might think on that awhile.
What about negative psychology? Are there any good blogs on negative psychology?
Ahem, “positive” refers to value-free, not uplifting or wholesome. It is similar to positive economics, which describes how the economy does work, as compared to normative economics, which is what someone things “should” be done.