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Could You Be Happier In Just 11 Minutes? The Strengths Challenge
By Michelle McQuaid  
February 4, 2016 – 8:09 am | One Comment
 

I discovered that developing my strengths didn’t need to take more than 11 minutes each day.

If you’d some help developing your strengths habit, then join us for the next free global Strengths Challenge running from February 8 until February 12 2016. You’ll be guided step-by-step through creating your own 11-minute habit and be given free resources and access to online coaches to help you really put your strengths to work.

Ideas for the 2016 New Year (Part 1)
By Senia Maymin and Kathryn Britton  
December 29, 2015 – 11:37 am | 2 Comments
So much more

For several years, we’ve ended one year or started the next year by inviting our authors to make a suggestion to people looking forward to the year ahead. This year’s suggestions come in two parts. Come back on New Year’s Eve for the second installment.

NEW Oprah.com Course: “21 Days to a Happier Life” with Shawn Achor (#sponsored)
By Senia Maymin  
October 8, 2015 – 1:03 pm | No Comment
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Happiness is a choice, but most importantly, happiness can be taught. Join best-selling author Shawn Achor as he teaches you how to choose happiness for yourself, then multiply it by spreading positivity and optimism to others in this transformational two-part online course.

Introducing Greater Good in Action (Press Release)
By Editor K.H.B.  
May 27, 2015 – 9:22 am | No Comment
Be Happy

Got 15 minutes a day to become a happier and more compassionate person?

There’s now a website for that.

Greater Good in Action, an exciting new online resource is now live, offering dozens of science-based exercises to boost personal well-being.

Contemplation in Practice
By Jan Stanley  
April 2, 2015 – 10:10 am | 3 Comments
Wild geese

Now I turn my attention to the practice side of the International Symposium on Contemplative Studies. Here’s a practice that I experienced at the conference and how it affected my well-being. I include step-by-step instructions for trying it out at home.

Looking Ahead at 2015
By Senia Maymin and Kathryn Britton  
January 2, 2015 – 4:31 pm | One Comment
Celebrating New Years

Twenty-one authors offer suggestions for living a full and meaningful 2015.

Happiness – Just Do It!
By Bridget Grenville-Cleave  
June 2, 2014 – 10:43 am | 17 Comments
Happy mid summer guys in Gotland

Don’t sit there too long waiting for happiness to appear, or wondering whether now is the right time to do something. Why not take a different approach? Why not act now and reflect afterwards on whether it worked? If it wasn’t quite right, you can change it, and in the meantime you will have learned something about yourself. This way, you can act your way into a new way of being happy.

Sustainable Happiness: You are Invited to a Free Online Event
By Miriam Akhtar  
May 8, 2014 – 3:49 pm | No Comment
Yellow light

Bristol is preparing to green light a range of projects that combine sustainability with well-being. One of these is a free online lecture whose theme is Sustainable Happiness, a topic that I will explore alongside Chris Johnstone, co-author of Active Hope: How to Face the Mess We’re in without Going Crazy. You are invited to this free event.

So what is sustainable happiness?

#CharacterDay on March 20: Film Premiere of The Science of Character
By Tiffany Schlain  
March 20, 2014 – 9:24 am | No Comment
Film Premiere today

Today is #CharacterDay, the premiere of an 8-minute film that explores the social science and neuroscience behind character development and how we can shape who we are. Find out how to view the film and participate in the events going on today.

5 Minutes to Feeling More Loved, Valued, Peaceful, and Connected
By Christine Duvivier  
February 14, 2014 – 9:35 am | 4 Comments
Photo of Birds Taking Off

When they want to feel more loved, valued, respected or connected, most people give away their power. They ask (or want) others to be different, which means someone else’s behavior determines how happy they will be.
What do happier people do?

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