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Posts Tagged: happiness
Mindfulness is a technique used to move our thoughts away from our day-to-day worries and preoccupations and toward an appreciation of the present moment and a larger perspective on life. How you feel at work, and in life in general, will greatly improve.
Having a positive attitude accomplishes many “wins” and makes it very easy to get along with others, particularly difficult people, in and outside of the workplace.
We are one of the richest nations in the world yet we are not the happiest. We have tripled our GNP since 1960 yet our happiness levels have barely moved.
Learn to foster an effective strategy towards happier days.
A positive mindset, lightheartedness, optimism and yes, downright fun, all have an impact, not only on your own feelings of well-being and happiness in your life, but, also on your job success and the effectiveness of organizations.
Do you feel like you are trapped in your job? I think we’ve all felt that way occasionally, but if you often feel like an animal that needs to chew off its foot to escape the trap of your job, your stress could lead to health impacts.
All of us want to be happy particularly at work where over a lifetime we spend more time with our colleagues than our families. Happiness is an important core workplace value of millennials who want meaningful work as soon as they walk into our agencies as they fast track their way to being an executive… Read more »
It possible to train yourself to become happier? This question fascinates me, which is why I was intrigued by this infographic from the folks at Happify, a site where you can sign up for a daily regimen of scientifically-backed happiness-boosting games. The infographic is based on current research on what makes people happier at work,… Read more »
Recently, I read on distractify that on average we spend 10.3 years of our lives working. This information made me feel a lot of things and question a few of my life choices. For starters, I felt tremendous relief that the theory that it takes 10 years, or 10,000 hours to master a skill has… Read more »