This Wednesday’s blog is actually from a guest author: the president of Gross National Happiness USA (GNHUSA), Ginny Sassaman,. GNHUSA strives to make happiness our new bottom line in America. They work to increase personal happiness and our collective wellbeing by changing how we measure progress and success. At Happy Brain Science we are delighted to read more…
One way to boost happiness and therefore effectiveness at work is to do more savoring.
Discover these three research-supported strategies that can help you to socialize more at work, so that you build warm, quality relationships.
A growth mindset means that you are focused on learning and growth throughout your life, as opposed to a fixed mindset, where you think more about proving your innate capabilities to others.
We are hiring! I’m delighted to announce that we are hiring a full time (or almost full time) Happiness Coordinator to work in our Portland, Oregon office. Some information is below, but for all the details and to apply, please visit http://bit.ly/ApplyHappy. (Please do not contact us via other means; you will hurt, not help your chances read more…
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.
How to deal with a very negative coworker is one of the most common questions we get in workshops, and it’s one of the toughest questions to answer because people are complex.
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.