At the World Congress, I had the incredible opportunity to have dinner with Sonja Lyubomirsky! This post describes all that I learned from her.
A fight or flight response is our natural response to stress or threats. This is great for dealing with mountain lions, but not so much our colleagues.
A recent study found that satisfying meetings can empower employees, rather than deplete them. try one of more of these four strategies.
3 ways to make yourself unhappy at work. We accidentally choose unhappiness because we don’t know any better. This article aims to help you know better.
Happy Brain Science is offering a mastermind coaching group focused on leading for happy and engaged employees. The mastermind group will be facilitated by CEO and Coach Scott Crabtree. The group will include online training and meetings, in-person opportunities, a one-on-one coaching session with Scott, and access for you and your colleagues to our happiness e-course. Please read more and read more…
It’s Better to Give Than Receive We often hear “It’s better to give than receive”. Science backs this up; giving is win/win! For example, one study is titled Spending on Others Promotes Happiness. The abstract concludes “Finally, participants who were randomly assigned to spend money on others experienced greater happiness than those assigned to spend money read more…
Boo! Is fear working for you, against you, or both? Today is Halloween in much of the western world. The holiday is a reminder that sometimes we enjoy ‘negative’ emotions such as fear. Sometimes, in fact, we pay good money to be scared, whether by a horror movie, haunted house, or dark video game. Can Fear read more…
Simply boosting mood can help to improve collaboration, resiliency, creativity, and even your pay at work. To boost your mood today, try one some of these tips.
Most of us think that success is will lead to happiness. We work hard to be successful so that we can be happy because of that success. However, science says this might not be the case.
In part one of this Productivity Series, I provided you an overview of how you can apply science to boost productivity at work by minimizing multitasking. This second installment, will feature the concept of “flow” and how you achieve more flow by diminishing distractions when you need to focus the most.