3. Let Your Child Get Out of His or Her Comfort Zone
Optimism requires a good dose of self-confidence and the ability not be deterred by a setback. Encourage your children to think outside of the box and push themselves a little further so they can earn pride in what they do.
Also, it’s a good idea to allow your child to play alone at times. They shouldn’t always be entertained by others. This will help them fine-tune their imagination and build confidence in making their own decisions.