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The various, lush Saint Augustine, Florida seminar locations are chosen to be just blocks away from the fabulous historical district. Located on the northeast coast of Florida, this beautiful city was founded in 1565 by Spanish explorers and is officially the oldest continuously occupied settlement in the United States.
It's vast historic district features numerous buildings from it's Spanish colonial era, elegant Mediterranean Revival style hotels from it's Victorian era heyday, and a sweeping bay front dotted with a variety of pleasure boats on moorings.
Saint Augustine's old world ambiance draws millions of visitors to the area every year and likewise attracts a culturally diverse and widely traveled population!
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Bridge of Lions at night
Casa Monica Hotel partial view
Lightner Museum
Flagler College partial view
Matanzas River
Bay from Castillo San Marcos
Mediterranean rooftops downtown
St George Street at night
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"Nothing to sing but songs, Ah, well, alas! alack!...Thus through life we are cursed. Oh how sad to see the world thus" -Ben King (1857-1894) PDF Print E-mail
I Have Been Thinking...

Researchers already know that people who are stressed out or depressed by pessimism are subject to more illnesses more often than those who aren't. The question remains however: Do optimists get other benefits (special protection) that the general population does not enjoy? One study some years ago reported in the Journal of Personal and Social Psychology examined the health and attitude of first year law students. Optimistic students had more T-cells and natural killer cell activity than did the pessimists. Another study researched men who had heart by-pass surgery. No surprise here, the men who were optimistic had much better outcomes even five years after the surgery than did the pessimists. Don't be fooled, however, by thinking that optimists just don't live in the "real" world. They can be stark realists. The difference in attitude doesn't come from an illusion, it comes from researching a situation and coming up with a realistic/positive position of "hope". Then acting on that position rather than "reacting" negatively to the challenge. The good news is optimism is more learned than inherited. So obviously it is to our advantage to "learn" optimism and to "unlearn" pessimism.