“Mediocre people don’t like high achievers, and high achievers don’t like mediocre people.” ~Unknown
The bible tells us that “hope” that you can see is no “hope” at all. The idea is that the hope we cannot see is extraordinary because it requires faith, and by faith, we can experience the goodness in God.
People who hope invigorates us. They bring people together. They have strengthened optimism, inspire people, and have collective pride—people in leadership positions, parents, teachers, supervisors, and coaches have an opportunity to change lives.
Are you responsible for helping others discover hope? I heard it once said that a leader is a dealer in hope.
Studies have shown that those who score higher in hope, also score higher on satisfaction and self-esteem assessments.
Hopeful people are personally fulfilled, excel in academics, are healthier, and perform better in sports.