FROM YESTERDAY: The Psychologically Healthy Workplace Conference held in Washington, DC last weekend gave everyone concrete and reliable evidence to make the topic a priority. The conference showed that creating…
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Psychologically Healthy Workplace Conference 2010: Building the Business Case for Employee Well-Being
As a wellness consultant, one of the questions I get most often is “Wow! I love what you do! This is so important, and so needed in today’s world! What…
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The Happiness Project (Book Review)
On an apparently meaningless bus drive home, Gretchen Rubin had an epiphany: “I am not as happy as I could be.” She also realized that the problem might not be the conditions of her life, per se, but with how she lived and perceived it. She wondered if she could change her life without actually changing her life, and made a year-long commitment to work on improving her happiness.
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How do Happiness and Positivity Do What They Do?
How does happiness “work?” Here are three quick stories from my own life that have given me a hint about how happiness might create good things in life.
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Nature, Spirituality, and the Future
I visited Maui, a breath-taking beautiful island where I experienced multiple moments of awe, elevation, spirituality, and connection with all things larger than myself. Stepping outside urbanization and its demands stimulated my strengths of open-mindedness, appreciation of beauty and capacity to love. Today, I am more motivated than ever to be respectful of the environment through the dozens of everyday choices that we know about, and should never fail to make.