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  • Five Things You Can Do Today To Change Your Life

    Walter E. Jacobson, M.D.
    Walter Jacobson
    26 Jul 2015 | 12:03 pm
    Make a commitment to truth, compassion, calm, acceptance and forgiveness. Put these into practice as best you can every day, unconditionally and without exceptions. If you do this consistently: happiness, health, relationships and material success will all improve. The post Five Things You Can Do Today To Change Your Life appeared first on Walter E. Jacobson, M.D..
  • More Than A Résumé: The Story of One Ripe Fig

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    Jan Stanley
    28 Jul 2015 | 7:51 am
    By Jan Stanley - Savor the victorySo much can be accomplished in a lifetime. At today’s pace, most of us are on to the next task before we’ve acknowledged our success on the last. “If I had it to do over again, I would enjoy my victories a lot more,” Billie Jean King once said. She’s right about that. Savoring our good experiences can bring us additional rounds of positive emotions like joy and belonging and pride. One approach to savoring our successes is to fashion them into résumé-ready bullet points. After we explore what went well and what lessons were…
  • I Didn’t Know Squat About How To Be A Successful Parent

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    Peter G. James Sinclair
    28 Jul 2015 | 9:50 am
    Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. Being the parent of what I would call two perfect children, I thought I had parenting down to a fine art. In my view, I was an expert and could advise all parents of exactly what they should and should not do. Then number three arrived. Wrecked all my theories and trashed all my mindsets that were, until then, set in concrete. Love that! My final analysis? I didn’t know squat about parenting and needed to go back to parenting school. Through the years I have learnt to love each child and go with the flow. Flexible is the name of the game. Now with…
  • How Do You Feel About Gifts? A List of Questions.

    Gretchen Rubin
    gretchen@gretchenrubin.com (Gretchen Rubin)
    27 Jul 2015 | 1:26 pm
    Today is List Day, or Tip Day, or Quiz Day: A list of questions about gifts. People often ask, “What’s the key to happiness?” I think that question can be answered in a few different ways, depending on the framework used to approach the question. For instance, one answer is: self-knowledge. As the Fifth Splendid Truth holds, we can build a happy life only on the foundation of our own nature, our own interests, our own values. Another answer — and maybe the best answer — is relationships. To be happy, we need strong bonds to other people; we need to get support…
  • What Native Hawaiian Culture Can Teach Us About Gender Identity

    Happiness / Good Life Articles from YES!
    27 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    As the documentary Kumu Hina reveals, living between both genders is the more powerful “mahu" way.
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  • More Than A Résumé: The Story of One Ripe Fig

    Jan Stanley
    28 Jul 2015 | 7:51 am
    By Jan Stanley - Savor the victorySo much can be accomplished in a lifetime. At today’s pace, most of us are on to the next task before we’ve acknowledged our success on the last. “If I had it to do over again, I would enjoy my victories a lot more,” Billie Jean King once said. She’s right about that. Savoring our good experiences can bring us additional rounds of positive emotions like joy and belonging and pride. One approach to savoring our successes is to fashion them into résumé-ready bullet points. After we explore what went well and what lessons were…
  • Changing your To-Do List To Ta-Da!

    Daniel Tomasulo
    23 Jul 2015 | 9:36 am
    By Daniel Tomasulo - I used to wake up in the morning with my to-do list breathing down my neck. You know that feeling? There is so much to do that it seemed like the to-do list came and woke me up. It wanted me to get out of bed as soon as I could. When this happened it was like starting my day off with a panic attack. Then there were the things I felt I should do: diets, exercise programs, books I’d like to read, instruments I’d like to learn to play, museum trips I thought would be interesting, languages I should learn, and the like. Between to-do and should, there was this low-grade…
  • Hope and Fear

    Homaira Kabir
    20 Jul 2015 | 2:00 pm
    By Homaira Kabir - Sometimes our children do things that are totally unexpected and unacceptable. Then we try desperately to make sense of what happened by playing it over and over in our minds. Throwing dartsSo it was with me a couple of weeks ago. I ruminated endlessly about the incident without coming to any real conclusion. I was caught in a maze of thoughts and emotions that seemed to draw me farther in with no end in sight. With every thought came the inevitable ache of wishing it weren’t so. If only, I yearned, followed by Kobayashi Issa’s “and yet, and yet …” The initial…
  • Positive Psychology Road Trip: Summer 2015

    Lisa Buksbaum
    17 Jul 2015 | 9:22 am
    By Lisa Buksbaum - While most people spend months anticipating and savoring summer vacations, BBQs, and chill time, for thousands of passionate positive psychology practitioners, this summer was also time for the peak emotional experience of attending the International Positive Psychology Association’s Fourth World Congress in Orlando, Florida. From Thursday night, June 26 to Sunday afternoon, June 28, 1,200 attendees from around the globe stayed at the Disney Coronado Springs Resort where we feasted on 289 sessions including a number of outstanding plenary keynotes. Throughout the…
  • The Limits of Pursuing the Best

    Sherif Arafa
    14 Jul 2015 | 8:17 am
    By Sherif Arafa -     Sports car“Always pursue the best in everything!” You have surely heard this advice from a friend or from a motivational speaker. You may have even found it logical advice that deserves observance. Yet is it really sound advice? Is it beneficial as a persistent life style? Some people strenuously seek to be “No. 1″ in all aspects of life. Hence, they work towards owning the best house, the best car, and even the best mobile phone, in their quest for maximum happiness. Here, I refer to the people who pursue optimum choices, not…
 
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    Gretchen Rubin

  • How Do You Feel About Gifts? A List of Questions.

    gretchen@gretchenrubin.com (Gretchen Rubin)
    27 Jul 2015 | 1:26 pm
    Today is List Day, or Tip Day, or Quiz Day: A list of questions about gifts. People often ask, “What’s the key to happiness?” I think that question can be answered in a few different ways, depending on the framework used to approach the question. For instance, one answer is: self-knowledge. As the Fifth Splendid Truth holds, we can build a happy life only on the foundation of our own nature, our own interests, our own values. Another answer — and maybe the best answer — is relationships. To be happy, we need strong bonds to other people; we need to get support…
  • Butter Scraped Over Too Much Bread–Know the Feeling?

    gretchen@gretchenrubin.com (Gretchen Rubin)
    25 Jul 2015 | 12:47 pm
    For a while, I’d been feeling very…depleted. I kept feeling as though I needed to catch my breath. As I was trying to describe how I felt, to myself, I was reminded of something Bilbo said to Gandalf in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Fellowship of the Ring. It perfectly describes how I’d been feeling. Bilbo said: I feel I need a holiday, a very long holiday, as I have told you before…Why, I feel all thin, sort of stretched, if you know what I mean: like butter that has been scraped over too much bread. That can’t be right. I need a change, or something.” So I…
  • Video: “The Label Says This Snack is Healthy,” and Other Questionable Assumptions.

    gretchen@gretchenrubin.com (Gretchen Rubin)
    24 Jul 2015 | 12:15 pm
    In my new (bestselling) book, Better Than Before, I identify the twenty-one strategies of habit-formation, and one is the Strategy of Loophole-Spotting. I’m doing a video series in which I discuss the ten categories of loopholes. I love studying loopholes, because they’re so funny. And ingenious! We’re such great advocates for ourselves — in any situation, we can always think of some loophole to invoke. Well, what is a “loophole?” When we try to form and keep habits, we often search for loopholes, for justifications that will excuse us from keeping this particular habit in this…
  • Podcast 22: Creativity! Listen to Rosanne Cash, Save Your String, Fight Drift, and a Lesson from the Writers’ Room.

    gretchen@gretchenrubin.com (Gretchen Rubin)
    22 Jul 2015 | 1:35 pm
    It’s time for the next installment of  “Happier with Gretchen Rubin” This week, we have a theme! Creativity. Update: Elizabeth and I, and our families, were recently in Kansas City together, to celebrate our mother’s birthday. We shot a quick little video to say hi to listeners. Check it out here. Try This at Home: Save string — which is a phrase from journalism that means, find ways to save your little bits of ideas. To read more about choreographer Twyla Tharp’s process, look in The Creative Habit: Learn It and Use It for Life. Woody Allen discusses his method…
  • What’s Your Idea of Luxury?

    gretchen@gretchenrubin.com (Gretchen Rubin)
    21 Jul 2015 | 12:25 pm
    In her memoir Plant Dreaming Deep, May Sarton describes her move into a new house — how she renovated it, planted the garden, met her neighbors. I wish I’d known about this book when I was writing Happier at Home — so many of the same ideas emerged. I’m planning to read her Journal of a Solitude next. At one point, she remarks, “If someone asked me what my idea of luxury is, I think my answer would be: flowers in the house all year round.” I think mine would be: going into a bookstore and buying every book — hardback or paperback — that caught my eye. I…
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  • I Didn’t Know Squat About How To Be A Successful Parent

    Peter G. James Sinclair
    28 Jul 2015 | 9:50 am
    Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. Being the parent of what I would call two perfect children, I thought I had parenting down to a fine art. In my view, I was an expert and could advise all parents of exactly what they should and should not do. Then number three arrived. Wrecked all my theories and trashed all my mindsets that were, until then, set in concrete. Love that! My final analysis? I didn’t know squat about parenting and needed to go back to parenting school. Through the years I have learnt to love each child and go with the flow. Flexible is the name of the game. Now with…
  • Be Expectant & Give Birth To A Great Future

    Peter G. James Sinclair
    21 Jul 2015 | 11:17 pm
    Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. Here’s a quote that leapt into my brain – probably around the time that one of my children was being born – ‘Be expectant and you’ll give birth to a great future.’ I love it when I can draw from the day to day life experiences that I face and create a concept that can be of benefit to others. When you sum it up – a great tomorrow is dependant on an expectant today. Expect To Win Or Lose – Your Call If you expect to win. If you expect to be blessed. If you expect to succeed. If you expect to come up with solutions to…
  • Perfecting The Art Of Failure: Harnessing Its Unlimited Potential

    Peter G. James Sinclair
    14 Jul 2015 | 9:41 am
    Post written by Carl Preston. For many people, the idea of failure is simple not on the agenda. Not doing something the right way, failing to get something right, all of these things? Not something they can even comprehend. It’s the worst thing in the world to fail for some people – it makes them worse people. It proves they aren’t invincible, that they simply aren’t good enough to do things anymore. When this kind of mentality forms, though, changing and progressing as a person soon becomes pretty impossible. When you cannot control your life and the things that you are inevitably…
  • 4 Keys To Unlocking Your Standout Life

    Peter G. James Sinclair
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:25 am
    Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. ‘Turn up.’ – Woody Allen Woody Allen’s simple explanation for succeeding in life rings true with me. However, I want to explore those two powerful words a little deeper, for they are two words that clearly differentiate between those who succeed in this life and those who fail. 1. Turn Up The Volume When I was about to leave my office for a fortnight my eldest daughter’s response was, ‘Man it’s going to be quiet around here without you here.’ I love life loud. I’m noisy. I’m boisterous. Even my dog has trouble sometimes handling…
  • How To Initiate Change, Conquer The Creative Saboteur & Tame The Fears

    Peter G. James Sinclair
    30 Jun 2015 | 9:55 am
    Post written by Sophie Cliche. For me, change starts with an inspiration. I often identify something that could be better, something that currently restricts me or causes me pain, and I let myself dream about what it could be instead. I become engaged in solving it, and I attempt to delineate what could be steps towards changing the situation. The spark could come from talking to someone that has resolved a similar situation. It could be buying a book that informs or inspires me. It could be visiting a place that gives me clues about what bothers me, or what I need in my life. It could be…
 
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  • Five Things You Can Do Today To Change Your Life

    Walter Jacobson
    26 Jul 2015 | 12:03 pm
    Make a commitment to truth, compassion, calm, acceptance and forgiveness. Put these into practice as best you can every day, unconditionally and without exceptions. If you do this consistently: happiness, health, relationships and material success will all improve. The post Five Things You Can Do Today To Change Your Life appeared first on Walter E. Jacobson, M.D..
  • Polluters Of The Mind

    Walter Jacobson
    12 Jul 2015 | 3:43 pm
    “Merchants of Doubt” is a powerful, eye-opening documentary that everyone should see. We, the people, are victims of big money and big business brainwashing us with lies, disinformation, and vicious spin doctoring, all designed to generate grotesquely immense profits at the expense of our health and the health of our planet. The post Polluters Of The Mind appeared first on Walter E. Jacobson, M.D..
  • The Doctor Is Within – How To Heal Yourself

    Walter Jacobson
    28 May 2015 | 9:42 pm
    We have all that we need to heal ourselves on the physical, emotional, spiritual and material planes. And that is to express truth, compassion and calm in all aspects of our lives. Consistently. Persistently. Without conditions and without exceptions. The post The Doctor Is Within – How To Heal Yourself appeared first on Walter E. Jacobson, M.D..
  • How To Overcome Analysis Paralysis

    Walter Jacobson
    26 May 2015 | 9:09 pm
    Sometimes we think too much. We over-analyze to the point where we paralyze ourselves with doubts and we end up doing nothing for fear of making the wrong decision. At some point we’ve got to have faith in our ability to deal with the choices we make, even when the outcomes aren’t what we hoped for or expected… If you liked this video, check out my book, “Forgive To Win!” at: http://amzn.to/v4Xx1q The post How To Overcome Analysis Paralysis appeared first on Walter E. Jacobson, M.D..
  • The Forgiveness Diet – How To Forgive To Win

    Walter Jacobson
    23 May 2015 | 7:26 am
    Unconditional forgiveness is necessary. Unconditional forgiveness is extremely difficult. The Forgiveness Diet is a daily regimen of thoughts and actions to help people release judgments and resentments, embrace love and acceptance, and make forgiveness a daily habit. The Amazon Best-Seller “Forgive To Win!” can be purchased at: http://amzn.to/v4Xx1q The post The Forgiveness Diet – How To Forgive To Win appeared first on Walter E. Jacobson, M.D..
 
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  • What You Need To Know About Sun Safety

    Johnny Lee
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:57 am
    Recent headlines have put sun safety back in the news for better and worse. While public awareness has increased regarding the risks of excessive sun exposure, there is still a long way to go. One major breakthrough is progress on a personalized vaccine for melanoma, the most serious form of skin cancer. At the same time, skin cancer has increased among all ages. One study found that seniors in Britain are 7 times more likely to develop melanoma compared to 40 years ago. If you’re wondering whether tanning beds are a safer alternative, think again. Many doctors now recommend…
  • Surprising Benefits of Stress That You Need To Know

    Johnny Lee
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:40 pm
    Stress is usually viewed negatively, but it actually has some surprising benefits. Consider stress from a different perspective. Extreme and long-lasting stress won’t help you. However, some limited instances of short-term stress can be useful. Consider these benefits 1. Stress can help the brain. A study, titled “Acute stress enhances adult rat hippocampal neurogenesis and activation of newborn neurons via secreted astrocytic FGF2,” found that stress had an interesting impact on the brains of rats. * Researchers found that stress can make neural connections stronger and…
  • How to Overcome Laziness and Get Things Done

    Johnny Lee
    23 Feb 2015 | 12:21 am
    Who hasn’t felt a little lazy from time to time? There are days where the most attractive choice is to do nothing. This can be an issue, however, when the desire to be lazy coincides with a lot of pressing obligations. Overcoming laziness is a skill everyone can learn and apply. Never again will you have to feel motivated in order to get things done. Overcome laziness by applying these tips 1. Think about the end result rather than the process. The thought of having a clean house or a completed business report feels good. The idea of cleaning or crunching numbers does not. If you find…
  • 7 Tricks to Boost Your Memory

    Johnny Lee
    22 Feb 2015 | 11:57 pm
    It’s a normal part of aging to become a bit more forgetful as we grow older. In the past, it was widely believed that little could be done to strengthen our memory and mental agility once we had entered adulthood. However, research conducted at the University of California, San Francisco, and other notable institutions has found that the connections in our brains are “plastic” and new neural pathways are being created all of the time! Try these activities to strengthen your memory 1. Play games. Crossword puzzles, Sudoku, and other word games have been shown to strengthen…
  • Are Your Habits Helping or Hurting You?

    Johnny Lee
    21 Nov 2014 | 8:14 pm
    A habit is described as something you do over and over again, automatically, without thinking about it. We’re all profoundly affected by the habits in our lives. At times, we mindlessly repeat behaviors related to our home lives, work personas, and relationships. When a certain situation occurs, you do the familiar behavior. Since your life is largely made up of habits, it makes sense those habits can be supportive of your personal wants, values, and relationships. They can also thwart your efforts to live the life of your dreams. Do your habits help or hurt you? Ponder these points to…
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  • How to Manifest a Keeper

    Jeannette
    27 Jul 2015 | 11:46 am
    This post is by request after Mia asked how I manifested the guy who felt like “home sweet home” the first time I laid eyes on him. I’ve probably shared this story somewhere else, but I like it so much I thought it worth retelling. It’s 2006 and I’ve been actively dating a bunch of fabulous men for about a year or two. I’ve had an absolute blast with amazing guys, but the whole “rotation,” we’ll call it, is starting to lose its luster. I’m (finally) in the mood for a keeper. Someone I can put some time in with. To get to know…
  • 10 Ways to Transform a Relationship Using Law of Attraction

    Jeannette
    24 Jul 2015 | 7:09 pm
    There are lots of ways to transform a relationship, but this list is devoted to ten law of attraction ways. Even one of these ideas – put into practice – can make all the difference in your marriage, friendship or relationship with a family member, co-worker or neighbor. You don’t need to engage all ten. Just be on the lookout for which appeals most: 1. Look for things to appreciate. This is common advice in LOA circles, and for good reason. It’s a game-changer to develop a habit of noticing what we like about our other person. Don’t overlook this gem for its…
  • You Always Have the Means

    Jeannette
    19 Jul 2015 | 9:43 am
    Any time you feel stopped in moving forward on what you want because you don’t have the money, remember this: You may not have the money, but you always have the means. Money isn’t your only means. In fact, it isn’t even your best means. Because you’re a conscious creator. You know how the system works: You get what you vibrate. So if you can dial in on the frequency of what you want, Universe has to find a way to get it to you no matter how unlikely it might seem. Use your imagination to shift your vibrational instruction, and you’ll be leveraging your most…
  • Manifesting the Best for Others

    Jeannette
    17 Jul 2015 | 7:23 am
    Regular readers will recognize Dr. Ian from the post comments where he responds to many LOA questions. He was kind enough to give this guest post that offers an alternate perspective on co-creation. Enjoy Dr. Ian Roebuck: I have over the past years of my life come to realize a very important part of manifesting my desires for what I want or need, is to manifest my desires for what other people need or want. The old passage, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you,” has for me taken a further turn in manifesting and conscious creation. “Prefer others above…
  • LOA for Fight Night Success

    Jeannette
    13 Jul 2015 | 8:27 pm
    Regular contributor Namaste Faustino brings this LOA success story from what seemed an unlikely place, but that just taught me to drop judgment about who’s leveraging conscious creation powers. Enjoy this example of super successful manifesting: Ever heard of Conor McGregor? I hadn’t until flipping through an issue of Esquire magazine, where I saw an awesome Law of Attraction-like-quote in bold. The article was about a rising star in the world of mixed martial arts. I’ve since learned Conor is a serious student of the Law of Attraction and attributes much of his incredible…
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  • 2 Steps To Awakening Your Inner Greatness

    Baker
    28 Jul 2015 | 6:21 am
    Your inner greatness. Do you have it? The truth is that your inner greatness is something that you can truly awaken when you are coming from a deep sense of inspiration and authentic power. Let me explain. Each person is gifted with some great talent. Wheter they apply and utilize their talent however is another [...]
  • Accepting Your Best Life

    Baker
    27 Jul 2015 | 7:59 am
    When you are one with the acceptance of your life. You are one with the acceptance of your best life. What do I mean by your best life? I mean the life where you accept where you are, but also move in the direction that brings you more excitement and joy. The truth is that [...]
  • Taken With a Grain of Salt

    Baker
    26 Jul 2015 | 5:58 am
    A lot of people that read my blogs. Read each word as literal. I want to say that you shouldn’t take what I say or any other people you follow as an inspiration literal. Why is This? Because when I’m talking about things on here, it only comes from my perspective and that means that [...]
  • The Joy of Living

    Baker
    25 Jul 2015 | 6:19 am
    The life you live now is filled with joy. There is no other thing in sight besides it. This may seem far fetched to some, but when you simply take a look at what your life is right now and not what it could be you will already come to this understanding of this miraculous [...]
  • A Universal Message

    Baker
    24 Jul 2015 | 6:44 am
    Most of my blog readers believe it or not, are not from the U.S. The reasons vary for that, but most of the ideas and thoughts I share here are actually very universal. One of the things that I find very interesting and that I absolutely look forward to is actually sharing the information that [...]
 
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  • Can You Create Good Habits That Stick?

    mmq
    23 Jul 2015 | 9:30 pm
    Do you have the chance to do what you do best each day at work? Take a moment and think about it.  Do you have the chance to do what you do best each day? Not just now and again. Not even just most days. But each and every day. You see I believe there’s greatness to be found in each of us.  I also believe that most of us are living well below our potential and that the future of the world relies on us choosing to wake up each morning and do what we do best – for the good of ourselves and others.  But let’s be honest, most of us are too busy just trying to keep up with the lives…
  • Are You Fully Charged?

    mmq
    2 Jul 2015 | 9:48 pm
    When you wake up in the morning would you describe yourself as fully charged?  If you’re like most people chances are you’re shaking your head and instead feel more like you’re struggling to get out of bed.  For example, when more than 10,000 people were recently surveyed only 11% reported having a great deal of energy. But studies suggest that when you’re fully charged, you get more done, you have better interactions, and your mind is sharp and your body is strong.  You also experience higher levels of engagement and wellbeing that can create an upward spiral of…
  • 5 Ways To Make Your Meetings More Positive

    mmq
    18 Jun 2015 | 8:37 am
    When it comes to the meetings you run at work do you know how to bring out the best in the people attending? Researchers estimate we spend 37% of our time in meetings at work and that 50% of this time is completely wasted. I’m sure we’ve both attended our fair share of those meetings, where we find ourselves counting the seconds until it will finally end! Of course one of the problems is that decisions are rarely made in meetings. Instead we talk and talk and talk some more, and then when the clock strikes the hour the meeting ends abruptly and everyone rushes out the door leaving little…
  • Do You Know How To Have A Strengths Conversation?

    mmq
    4 Jun 2015 | 2:13 pm
      When you sit down with your manager to talk about how you’re performing at work what’s the focus of your conversation? Do they mostly talk to you about what you’re doing well or what you’re failing to deliver? Are they keen to help you find ways to build on what you do best or to find ways to fix your weaknesses? I ask because in a recent poll of more than 1,000 randomly selected American employees the VIA Institute and I discovered that most managers are having the wrong conversations with their employees. You see the data suggests that with or without their managers employees…
  • Four Busy-Proof Ways To Physically Flourish

    mmq
    21 May 2015 | 8:49 pm
    Do you feel exhausted just from the thought of all the things you “should” be doing to maintain your physical wellbeing? Get eight hours of sleep. Eat better food. Take 10,000 steps. And repeat. Day after day after day of “should”, “should”, “should”. Let’s be honest … few among us have the willpower to sustain this kind of effort no matter how good it might be for us. In the real world of demanding bosses, growing families and long-suffering friends, looking after our physical wellbeing often feels like a luxury we simply can’t fit in. But given being healthy is not…
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  • What I Wish I Knew at 21

    Susanna Halonen
    15 Jul 2015 | 4:45 am
    Last week I was honoured to take part in my undergraduate university’s graduation ceremony as I was challenged with the task to inspire this year’s graduates with a speech. I was super excited when I got asked to take part and I was also a tad nervous to be playing such a big role in the graduates’ big day. Nevertheless, I realised it was a great incentive for me to reflect on what my life had been like since I graduated from university. That’s when I realised how much change I’d actually gone through – and I realised there were a few things that could have…
  • How to Create the Best Morning Ritual for You [video]

    Susanna Halonen
    1 Jul 2015 | 10:32 am
    Over the last few weeks I’ve been crazy busy and I’ve realised the one thing that’s kept me sane is my morning ritual. It’s incredible how effectively it calms, focuses and energises me all at once. This is even more powerful now than it was when it started because it has become an automatic habit in my life I don’t even have to worry about. I know when my morning alarm goes off it’s time for my morning ritual. Morning rituals make it easier for you to get out of bed in the morning and also help you to start your day with an easy win. You’re…
  • The Happyologist talks Happiness 101 on BBC Radio

    Susanna Halonen
    19 Jun 2015 | 3:24 am
    Last week while on holiday I naughtily checked my email even though I’d vowed to stay off it for a few days. Obviously the universe had a different plan in mind because the first email that popped up as I opened my inbox was one from BBC! Boy was I glad that I checked it then! Twelve hours later I was talking happiness 101 live on the BBC Tees radio program by calling in from abroad. It was a short and sweet happiness interview that brought me back to the basics of happiness and even reminded me of how simply it can be achieved. In the interview I covered: Why are some people of a…
  • What to Do When You Can’t Stop Comparing Yourself to Others

    Susanna Halonen
    3 Jun 2015 | 9:00 am
    Every now and then you find yourself going through a phase where you get sucked into a bad habit of comparing yourself to others. You’ll look at their jobs, careers, their fancy instagram posts and their celebratory success posts on facebook. You catch yourself thinking, “Why am I not doing that?” - and then quickly remember that you don’t even want to do what they’re doing. Sometimes I fall into this trap too. It’s easy to do when everywhere you look people are telling you about their latest success or exciting adventure. It’s like you’re…
  • 5 Happiness Myths That Need to Die a Slow Death

    Susanna Halonen
    20 May 2015 | 8:30 am
    When I meet new people and tell them that I’m the Happyologist, I immediately get bombarded with a series of questions about what that actually means. Once I explain that I’m a happiness life coach and that I help people to make happiness a habit, they often ask, “Does that mean you’re always happy?”. Having practiced my response to this question about a hundred times (at least!), I’ve discovered the perfect response. I giggle and say, “No, I’m human.” I then go on to give a brief explanation on what happiness is actually about…
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  • IB Learner Profile meet the VIA Character Strengths

    Shaunigan
    28 Jul 2015 | 8:07 pm
    In a course I taught this summer, someone mentioned that they had seen a document comparing the IB Learner Profile with the VIA Character Strengths. An IB coordinator identifed that many character strengths are embeed in the IB Learning profiel but only provided a list of the traights, not explicitly linking it to any of the 8 profile statements: “Creativity, Ingenuity, Originality, Curiosity, Judgement and Critical Thinking, Love of Learning, Perspective, Valour and Bravery, Diligence/ Perseverance, Integrity, Honesty Vitality, Zest, Enthusiasm Kindness and Generosity Loving and being…
  • What parents really want for their children

    Shaunigan
    24 Jul 2015 | 9:46 am
    What do you think parents want more for their children? Be happy in life Lead a healthy lifestyle Earn enough to enjoy a comfortable life Be successful in their career Fulfil their potential    According to a survey of over 5000 parents in 16 countries by banking great HSBC, 64% want happiness. Parents were asked to pick their top three, in rank order. HSBC then breaks it out by country: Q: What are the three most important goals that you want your child to achieve as an adult? More individualist socieites emphasized happiness. I personally am surprised to se China rank so high on…
  • Training in positive psychology coming to Shanghai

    Shaunigan
    9 Jul 2015 | 9:31 am
    Want training in positive psychology training? I will be doing some training in Shanghai in January 2016.  Date: Jan 16-17 School: Shanghai American SchoolTitle: Flourishing in Schools: Utilizing groundbreaking research and tools from positive psychology to improve student’s wellbeing.Consultant: Shaun McElroyCoordinator: Janet Claassen, janet.claassen@saschina.org» Download Flyer» Registration
  • Developing Point-i-ness in your child

    Shaunigan
    28 Apr 2015 | 7:09 pm
    Many people have heard the mantra: “follow your passions.” Aside from being completely wrong as career advice, it leaves out how to even cultivate a passion that lends itself to what the world needs. This article goes into mor depth than the one published in Shanghai Daily. Start with reviewing the VIA character results of your teen. Even better take your own so you can better understand it. It is free. You can get a foundational understanding in this movie: Research shows that people who use their signature strengths regularly are less stressed, more fufilled, happier, more…
  • Developing Point-i-ness in your child

    Shaunigan
    28 Apr 2015 | 6:41 pm
    Many people have heard the mantra: “follow your passions.” Aside from being completely wrong as career advice, it leaves out how to even cultivate a passion that lends itself to what the world needs. This article goes into mor depth than the one published in Shanghai Daily. Start with reviewing the VIA character results of your teen. Even better take your own so you can better understand it. It is free. You can get a foundational understanding in this movie: Research shows that people who use their signature strengths regularly are less stressed, more fufilled, happier, more…
 
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    Dr. Isaiah Hankel

  • How To Become Your Own Boss and Stop Working For Someone Else

    Isaiah Hankel
    27 Jul 2015 | 12:00 pm
     “Once in a while it really hits people that they don’t have to experience the world in the way they have been told to.” Alan Keightley (Author, Into Every Life a Little Zen Must Fall) “There are two primary choices in life: to accept conditions as they exist, or accept the responsibility for changing them.” Denis Waitley (Speaker & Author, The Psychology of Winning) “If you don’t build your dream someone will hire you to help build theirs.” Tony Gaskins (Author, CEO Of Me)   Leave me alone today. I have 4 meetings and hundreds of emails in my inbox. This is…
  • 5 Signs You’re Trapped In An Irrational Relationship (And How To Fix It)

    Isaiah Hankel
    20 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    “You must take personal responsibility. You cannot change the circumstances, the seasons, or the wind, but you can change yourself. That is something you have charge of.” Jim Rohn (Speaker & Author, The Art of Exceptional Living) “Parents can only give good advice or put them on the right paths, but the final forming of a person’s character lies in their own hands.” Anne Frank (Diarist & Writer, The Diary of a Young Girl) “Attack the evil that is within yourself, rather than attacking the evil that is in others.”  Confucius (Chinese Philosopher, Five Classics)…
  • How To Get Even With Someone Who Walks All Over You

    Isaiah Hankel
    13 Jul 2015 | 12:00 pm
    “Revenge, the sweetest morsel to the mouth that ever was cooked in hell.” Sir Walter Scott (Scottish Historical Novelist & Playwright, Rob Roy) “The best revenge is to be unlike him who performed the injury.” Marcus Aurelius (Roman Emperor And Author, Meditations) “Beware the fury of a patient man.” John Dryden (English Poet & Poet Laureate)   The first three slaps of being pink bellied are the worst. After that… Your belly goes numb. I was a freshman in high school and some of the upperclassman had invited me over to a party. I showed up and stood around awkwardly.
  • How To Guard Yourself Against The Power Of Suggestion And Psychological Warfare

    Isaiah Hankel
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:00 pm
    “Nobody should be whipped. Remember that, once and for all. Neither man nor animal can be influenced by anything but suggestion.” Mikhaíl Bulgakov (Russian Author & Playwrite, The Master and Margarita) “Competition is what keeps me playing the psychological warfare of matching skill against skill and wit against wit.” Lou Brock (MLB Left Fielder & 8X Stolen Base Leader, Chicago Cubs) “If you don’t like what is being said, then change the conversation.” Don Draper (Played By Jon Hamm, Mad Men)   “You won’t have many friends.” I was sitting across…
  • How To Stop Wallowing In Self Pity And Start Standing Up For Yourself

    Isaiah Hankel
    29 Jun 2015 | 12:00 pm
    “Feeling sorry for yourself, and your present condition, is not only a waste of energy but the worst habit you could possibly have.” Dale Carnegie (Author, How to Win Friends and Influence People) “The difference between successful people and very successful people is that very successful people say ‘no’ to almost everything.” Warren Buffet (CEO & Largest Shareholder, Berkshire Hathaway) “Never feel self-pity, the most destructive emotion there is. How awful to be caught up in the terrible squirrel cage of self.” Millicent Fenwick (Fashion Editor & U.S. Congresswoman)…
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    Life Coach Code

  • This is a Problem I was Recently Facing and not all People say that THEY Can Relate!

    Dejan Davchevski
    21 Jul 2015 | 12:52 pm
    I work out a lot. It’s not about the exercises but about the energy I put in them. I give 200% from my energy every time I exercise. Many times it feels like torture and it... The post This is a Problem I was Recently Facing and not all People say that THEY Can Relate! appeared first on Life Coach Code. This is a Problem I was Recently Facing and not all People say that THEY Can Relate! was first posted on July 21, 2015 at 9:52 pm.©2013 "Life Coach Code". Use of this feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this article in your feed reader, then the…
  • Why is Laughing to Other People NOT Wrong ?

    Dejan Davchevski
    21 Jul 2015 | 12:42 pm
    A couple of days ago I posted an image on Facebook. It was a funny image about wearing shirts that show your stomach. This is the image. This image makes fun of the concept of beauty.... The post Why is Laughing to Other People NOT Wrong ? appeared first on Life Coach Code. Why is Laughing to Other People NOT Wrong ? was first posted on July 21, 2015 at 9:42 pm.©2013 "Life Coach Code". Use of this feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this article in your feed reader, then the site is guilty of copyright infringement. Please contact me at…
  • 10 POWERFUL Disney Quotes teaching you MORE than The ENTIRE Educational System!

    Dejan Davchevski
    15 Jul 2015 | 8:40 am
    We all grew up with Disney cartoons. They showed us a place full of magic and wonder. They made the world we grew up a little more beautiful and I am extremely grateful for this. As... The post 10 POWERFUL Disney Quotes teaching you MORE than The ENTIRE Educational System! appeared first on Life Coach Code. 10 POWERFUL Disney Quotes teaching you MORE than The ENTIRE Educational System! was first posted on July 15, 2015 at 5:40 pm.©2013 "Life Coach Code". Use of this feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this article in your feed reader, then the…
  • SUPERHUMAN Mariusz Goli – You haven’t heard something as AMAZING as THIS!

    Dejan Davchevski
    13 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    Mariusz Goli is a Polish guy who walks from town to town, sits down on a random street and starts playing his guitar. We have all seen amazing street performances. However, this is something different. This... The post SUPERHUMAN Mariusz Goli – You haven’t heard something as AMAZING as THIS! appeared first on Life Coach Code. SUPERHUMAN Mariusz Goli – You haven’t heard something as AMAZING as THIS! was first posted on July 13, 2015 at 6:00 pm.©2013 "Life Coach Code". Use of this feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this article in…
  • 37 SUPREME Habits to Live by for a Life of HIGHEST QUALITY!

    Dejan Davchevski
    11 Jul 2015 | 9:05 am
    As a Life Coach I always look for ways to expand the quality in people’s lives and believe me, the internet is full of them. In fact, there are so many lists of “positive” habits on... The post 37 SUPREME Habits to Live by for a Life of HIGHEST QUALITY! appeared first on Life Coach Code. 37 SUPREME Habits to Live by for a Life of HIGHEST QUALITY! was first posted on July 11, 2015 at 6:05 pm.©2013 "Life Coach Code". Use of this feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this article in your feed reader, then the site is guilty of copyright…
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    Aura Of Thoughts...place U grow up

  • Tribute to a legend in itself : APJ Abdul Kalam

    28 Jul 2015 | 1:20 am
    Sir Abdul Kalam was a visionary and supreme soul,who taught us success can be achieved without foul.He was student’s role model to excel with spark,who just joined abode sparkling universe of stars Known as missile man of India for his contribution,as Science and technology were his passion.As the President of India, he was loved to fullest,those who met him had experience to cherish.We would always in lifetime need such a special hand,to enlighten us with his unmatched magic wand.A teary good bye to a humble soul,pledge to meet your set goals.Let us pay tribute to Dr. Avul Pakir…
  • Book Review- Panther

    27 Jul 2015 | 12:16 am
    The book 'Panther'by Chimmi tenduf-La is his second book which portrays how life of a boy,Prabhu,is affected due to the war and what kind of problems he faces in his journey of life.Book Cover:The front cover of the book gives an idea about what could be the base of the story. The map of Sri Lanka gives a clear picture about the location of the story or some special connection with the country. Cricket is been obvious by the cover and lures to start off.Panther by Chimmi Tenduf-LaAuthor: Chimmi Tenduf-La is half English; half Tibetan grew up in Hong Kong, London, and Delhi and finally…
  • Chocos संग अनोखा बचपन

    17 Jul 2015 | 7:33 am
    सलोना  एवं अनोखा बचपन ,सिमट कर आँगन में यह पूंजी । Kellogg's Chocos लाए ऐसे मस्ती भरे पल ,जहाँ नन्हे कदम होते सफल । Sourceन कोई होड़ न कोई उलझन । Kellogg's के संग खुलजाये बचपन । Kellogg's Chocos पर मुझे हैं अटूट विश्वास ,खोल दे हर घर में ख़ुशी का पिटारा । ऐसे…
  • Missed Connection

    12 Jul 2015 | 9:36 am
    Keshav was crawling hastily to reach end of the cable tunnel, he paused when surprisingly heard a voice saying “ponder again of your wholedeed, will it give you peace”.Source - Friday FictioneersHe looked around the aloof tunnel, shut his temporary good side thinking it is utter nonsense and missed connection with inner self.He then searched bag he robbed at the railway station.Bag contained few pictures, documents and timeworn laptop. He was shocked to see his father’s visiting card in the bag; he was disgusted to feel that he missed connection again.#Word Count - 92Sharing this post…
  • Sweetness of life - Dabur Honey

    9 Jul 2015 | 11:41 pm
    Life can never be complete if there is no sweetness in it; it could be sweetness in thoughts actions and speech. Sweetness comes from a healthy life and a healthy life is possible through honey.Honey = Health =sweetness in thoughts, actions and speech.Health is wealth is well said and holds a deep essence. Health is what we are all concerned for these days where mostly our work place requires us to be stationed at one place. In such a scenario where our mind overworks than its capacity, concern for a healthy lifestyle is the obvious thing. Almost all might have grown up listening to our…
 
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  • Does Positive Thinking Work?

    Mel
    22 Jul 2015 | 1:33 pm
    Does Positive Thinking Work? YES! It does work. And if you want to know why positive thinking is important, all you have to do is take a look around you. Look at your life and look at the lives of those people who are closest to you. You will start The post Does Positive Thinking Work? appeared first on .
  • Don’t Feed The Trolls

    Mel
    11 Jul 2015 | 1:31 am
      Don’t Feed The Trolls.   Is the Internet the bully’s new school playground? What is the best way to deal with internet bullies?     Over the past few days I have heard at least 5 different people talk about their internet trolling experiences. 2 of them are famous The post Don’t Feed The Trolls appeared first on .
  • How to use affirmations to boost confidence and self esteem

    Mel
    1 Jul 2015 | 12:10 pm
      5 Tips – How To Use Affirmations To Boost Confidence And Self Esteem   Anyone that knows me or has visited this blog before will know that although I am a huge believer in positive thinking, I’m not necessarily a believer of traditional affirmations*. But affirmations can be useful; The post How to use affirmations to boost confidence and self esteem appeared first on .
  • Can forgiveness be the key to a positive mind AND body?

    Mel
    23 Jun 2015 | 3:51 pm
      Can forgiveness be the key to a positive mind AND body? Yes it can!           I’ve been banging on about the power of forgiveness for years, but even I had no idea that ‘Unforgiveness’ was a registered disease and there was such a thing as Forgiveness The post Can forgiveness be the key to a positive mind AND body? appeared first on .
  • It’s time to update your Bucket List

    Mel
    13 Jul 2014 | 1:04 am
    It’s time to update your Bucket List – because time does not wait!   Bucket Lists should not just be for those far reaching, HUGE someday goals; how about putting things on there that you want in your life NOW? The Summer Solstice has been and gone and as I write The post It’s time to update your Bucket List appeared first on .
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    Walter E. Jacobson, M.D.

  • Five Things You Can Do Today To Change Your Life

    Walter Jacobson
    26 Jul 2015 | 12:03 pm
    Make a commitment to truth, compassion, calm, acceptance and forgiveness. Put these into practice as best you can every day, unconditionally and without exceptions. If you do this consistently: happiness, health, relationships and material success will all improve. The post Five Things You Can Do Today To Change Your Life appeared first on Walter E. Jacobson, M.D..
  • Polluters Of The Mind

    Walter Jacobson
    12 Jul 2015 | 3:43 pm
    “Merchants of Doubt” is a powerful, eye-opening documentary that everyone should see. We, the people, are victims of big money and big business brainwashing us with lies, disinformation, and vicious spin doctoring, all designed to generate grotesquely immense profits at the expense of our health and the health of our planet. The post Polluters Of The Mind appeared first on Walter E. Jacobson, M.D..
  • The Doctor Is Within – How To Heal Yourself

    Walter Jacobson
    28 May 2015 | 9:42 pm
    We have all that we need to heal ourselves on the physical, emotional, spiritual and material planes. And that is to express truth, compassion and calm in all aspects of our lives. Consistently. Persistently. Without conditions and without exceptions. The post The Doctor Is Within – How To Heal Yourself appeared first on Walter E. Jacobson, M.D..
  • How To Overcome Analysis Paralysis

    Walter Jacobson
    26 May 2015 | 9:09 pm
    Sometimes we think too much. We over-analyze to the point where we paralyze ourselves with doubts and we end up doing nothing for fear of making the wrong decision. At some point we’ve got to have faith in our ability to deal with the choices we make, even when the outcomes aren’t what we hoped for or expected… If you liked this video, check out my book, “Forgive To Win!” at: http://amzn.to/v4Xx1q The post How To Overcome Analysis Paralysis appeared first on Walter E. Jacobson, M.D..
  • The Forgiveness Diet – How To Forgive To Win

    Walter Jacobson
    23 May 2015 | 7:26 am
    Unconditional forgiveness is necessary. Unconditional forgiveness is extremely difficult. The Forgiveness Diet is a daily regimen of thoughts and actions to help people release judgments and resentments, embrace love and acceptance, and make forgiveness a daily habit. The Amazon Best-Seller “Forgive To Win!” can be purchased at: http://amzn.to/v4Xx1q The post The Forgiveness Diet – How To Forgive To Win appeared first on Walter E. Jacobson, M.D..
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    positivepsychologyprogram.com

  • Martin Seligman Walks Into a Bar… (and 9 Other Things I Learned About Positive Psychology)

    Elizaveta Babanova
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:46 am
    Are positive psychology practitioners happier than the general population? Top ten lessons learned from International Positive Psychology Association World Congress 2015. “Observe if conference participants appear happier than the general population,” asked a friend of mine as I was heading to my first International Positive Psychology Association event – its Fourth World Congress held at “the happiest place on earth”, the Disneyland resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. I’ve only been a member of IPPA for a few months prior to the gathering and was excited to see the world’s…
  • Critiques and Criticisms of Positive Psychology at the WCPP2015

    Seph Fontane Pennock
    27 Jun 2015 | 11:58 am
    Some of the greatest minds within the field of positive psychology have just finished discussing its critiques and criticism at the World Conference of Positive Psychology. You’ll find all of them categorised and listed below. Panel members: (from left to right) Kim Cameron Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi Jonathan Haidt Barbara Fredrickson Martin Seligman Carmelo Vazquez   Research Issues: Research findings are often invalid, overstated, and misleading. Mis-analyzing data and mis-interpreting or over-claiming results are common. Too much emphasis exists on self-report, cross-sectional…
  • Happiness GPS App – Big Smart Cities Project

    Seph Fontane Pennock
    22 Jun 2015 | 7:17 am
    We have created an app that invites tourists (and city lovers), who are usually motivated by novelty, change, and appealing adventures, to enrol in activities that are linked to three Happiness Journeys with basic happiness enhancement factors at their core: Hedonic happiness – Pleasure Eudaimomic happiness – Purpose (and Meaning) Relational happiness – People Will you help us out? (with just one click?) Can you please help us voting in the Happiness GPS project today and spreading the word by following this link and clicking ‘ vote’ ? Thanks you so much in advance! After…
  • The PERMA Model: A Scientific Theory of Happiness

    Mariana Pascha
    19 Jun 2015 | 5:22 am
    Everyone seems to be in the pursuit of happiness nowadays. There are many ways to reach happiness though, including training your mind for happiness, spending money on others to promote happiness, and following the code to well-being and happiness. Most of us think we know what happiness is, but what are the actual elements that promotes happiness within each of us? Seligman’s theoretical model of happiness helps us understand these elements and what we can do to maximize each element to reach a life full of happiness. Seligman’s PERMA model The PERMA model was designed by Martin…
  • Positive Psychology 1504: Harvard’s Groundbreaking Course

    Seph Fontane Pennock
    16 Jun 2015 | 12:41 am
    Harvard’s Positive Psychology 1504, taught by professor Tal Ben-Shahar (PhD), will enter the history books as the most popular course in the history of Harvard University. Put together with the ‘Psychology of Leadership’ class that Ben-Shahar taught, over 1400 Harvard students have enrolled for this class back in the spring of ’06. This course consists of 22 lectures that last around 75 minutes each. The course also contains a great guest lecture on humor, given by Shawn Achor, who also studied and taught at Harvard. This course is about the psychological aspects of…
 
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    Happiness India Project

  • 5 Most Amazing Ideas on Empathy

    Sandip Roy
    23 Jul 2015 | 3:11 pm
    Empathy is the understanding and experiencing of the feelings of another person from their position. Theodor Lipps explained it beautifully with, "When I observe a circus performer on a hanging wire, I feel I am inside him". And Carl Rogers suggested, "Empathy is a process, rather than a state." We pull out the 5 most amazing ideas on empathy for you from around the internet. Enjoy the quick read!
  • Why We Love Joy (And You Should, Too!)

    Sandip Roy
    27 Jun 2015 | 4:40 pm
    Happiness comes in many shades – the two main being Joy and Pleasure. They are different. Even though we need both. One to be happy now. And one to be happy while looking back over our shoulders. The path to one is easy, almost effortless – but evaporates quickly. The other one takes effort to attain, but lasts long, and grows fonder over years!
  • Willpower Secrets

    Sandip Roy
    25 May 2015 | 3:34 pm
    Willpower is the ability to resist short-term temptations in order to meet long-term goals. According to American Psychological Association, we have many common names for willpower: determination, drive, resolve, self-discipline, self-control. But psychologists characterize willpower, or self-control, in more specific ways. In "Maximum Willpower", Kelly McGonigal, PhD, brings together the newest insights about self-control from psychology, economics, neuroscience and medicine, explaining how we can break old habits and create healthy habits.
  • Unlock Your Dark Emotions, Now!

    Sandip Roy
    4 Apr 2015 | 4:10 pm
    Negative emotions as anger, anxiety, and guilt are necessary parts of our lives. For a rich, complete life, your healthy mind must accept and embrace the dark side of human nature. Without the presence of these emotions from the dark side, your journey to a happy life will remain a distant dream.
  • 50 Greatest Positive Psychology Quotes

    Sandip Roy
    20 Mar 2015 | 3:27 pm
    We wanted to have a collection of some of the best Positive Psychology quotes in picture-quote format. We wanted to include everyone who is or was Who's Who of positive psychology. But we wanted to include quotes by the giants which would qualify as positive psychology from before 1998, when positive psychology was formally introduced to the world.
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    Mary Anne Horsman

  • 21 Point Love Checklist

    Mary Anne Horsman
    25 Jul 2015 | 7:35 am
    Mary Anne Horsman I find lists to be very helpful, don’t you? And when it comes to Love and happiness, it may feel like a rather vague concept. That makes it hard to put your finger on how you can improve your situation, should you find yourself unsatisfied. So I’ve put together a 21 point Love Checklist for you. Our cars get this kind of special attention at the dealership, so why shouldn’t we take the time to check on ourselves periodically? This Love checklist covers the basics of self-care and connectedness. Each one of these items are very important to your health,…
  • Fulfill your dreams… automatically.

    Mary Anne Horsman
    22 Jul 2015 | 10:31 am
    Mary Anne Horsman This edition of The Love Post is part of a series. We’ll be reviewing Napoleon Hill‘s 17 Principles of Success and how they relate to creating a life that you absolutely Love.   Cosmic Habitforce Fulfill your dreams… automatically. Napoleon Hill’s final and perhaps most potent principle. Beyond mere habits, Cosmic Habitforce engages universal laws where you automatically do what’s right. Developing positive habits leads to peace of mind, health and financial security. This idea implies that doing the right thing provides you with an added…
  • Love How You Spend Your Time and Money

    Mary Anne Horsman
    18 Jul 2015 | 7:07 am
    Mary Anne Horsman This edition of The Love Post is part of a series. We’ll be reviewing Napoleon Hill‘s 17 Principles of Success and how they relate to creating a life that you absolutely Love. Budgeting Time and Money Maximize these valuable, finite resources. Where will you be in five, ten, twenty years? You already know. Simply consider how you spend your spare time and how you spend your money. If your time and money are spent on your family, on improving yourself and by helping others, you will achieve greatness. ~Napoleon Hill This is a very informative and encouraging quote…
  • Healthy Love

    Mary Anne Horsman
    15 Jul 2015 | 8:13 am
    Mary Anne Horsman This edition of The Love Post is part of a series. We’ll be reviewing Napoleon Hill‘s 17 Principles of Success and how they relate to creating a life that you absolutely Love. Maintenance of Sound Health Your most valuable asset. You have nothing without your health. Your sound health begins in your mind — your health consciousness. Just as the right foods and exercise can prevent disease and increase your lifespan, so can the right healthy thoughts. ~Napoleon Hill It’s true. What you think is what you get. And what creates your thoughts? What…
  • Love’s Creative Vision

    Mary Anne Horsman
    11 Jul 2015 | 7:07 am
    Mary Anne Horsman This edition of The Love Post is part of a series. We’ll be reviewing Napoleon Hill‘s 17 Principles of Success and how they relate to creating a life that you absolutely Love.  Creative Vision Unleash your imagination upon the world. You are far more creative, imaginative and inventive than you may give yourself credit. Learn how to tap into your most creative abilities. The resulting ideas, solutions and results will literally astound you. ~Napoleon Hill Have you ever had an idea that solved a problem you’d had for awhile? It kind of made you wonder where it’d…
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    positivepsychologyprogram.com

  • Martin Seligman Walks Into a Bar… (and 9 Other Things I Learned About Positive Psychology)

    Elizaveta Babanova
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:46 am
    Are positive psychology practitioners happier than the general population? Top ten lessons learned from International Positive Psychology Association World Congress 2015. “Observe if conference participants appear happier than the general population,” asked a friend of mine as I was heading to my first International Positive Psychology Association event – its Fourth World Congress held at “the happiest place on earth”, the Disneyland resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. I’ve only been a member of IPPA for a few months prior to the gathering and was excited to see the world’s…
  • Critiques and Criticisms of Positive Psychology at the WCPP2015

    Seph Fontane Pennock
    27 Jun 2015 | 11:58 am
    Some of the greatest minds within the field of positive psychology have just finished discussing its critiques and criticism at the World Conference of Positive Psychology. You’ll find all of them categorised and listed below. Panel members: (from left to right) Kim Cameron Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi Jonathan Haidt Barbara Fredrickson Martin Seligman Carmelo Vazquez   Research Issues: Research findings are often invalid, overstated, and misleading. Mis-analyzing data and mis-interpreting or over-claiming results are common. Too much emphasis exists on self-report, cross-sectional…
  • Happiness GPS App – Big Smart Cities Project

    Seph Fontane Pennock
    22 Jun 2015 | 7:17 am
    We have created an app that invites tourists (and city lovers), who are usually motivated by novelty, change, and appealing adventures, to enrol in activities that are linked to three Happiness Journeys with basic happiness enhancement factors at their core: Hedonic happiness – Pleasure Eudaimomic happiness – Purpose (and Meaning) Relational happiness – People Will you help us out? (with just one click?) Can you please help us voting in the Happiness GPS project today and spreading the word by following this link and clicking ‘ vote’ ? Thanks you so much in advance! After…
  • The PERMA Model: A Scientific Theory of Happiness

    Mariana Pascha
    19 Jun 2015 | 5:22 am
    Everyone seems to be in the pursuit of happiness nowadays. There are many ways to reach happiness though, including training your mind for happiness, spending money on others to promote happiness, and following the code to well-being and happiness. Most of us think we know what happiness is, but what are the actual elements that promotes happiness within each of us? Seligman’s theoretical model of happiness helps us understand these elements and what we can do to maximize each element to reach a life full of happiness. Seligman’s PERMA model The PERMA model was designed by Martin…
  • Positive Psychology 1504: Harvard’s Groundbreaking Course

    Seph Fontane Pennock
    16 Jun 2015 | 12:41 am
    Harvard’s Positive Psychology 1504, taught by professor Tal Ben-Shahar (PhD), will enter the history books as the most popular course in the history of Harvard University. Put together with the ‘Psychology of Leadership’ class that Ben-Shahar taught, over 1400 Harvard students have enrolled for this class back in the spring of ’06. This course consists of 22 lectures that last around 75 minutes each. The course also contains a great guest lecture on humor, given by Shawn Achor, who also studied and taught at Harvard. This course is about the psychological aspects of…
 
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  • You Gotta Have Friends

    Stacy Menzies
    27 Jul 2015 | 10:19 am
    by Stacy Menzies Chief Happbassador, Happy Fix August 1, 2015 marks National Girlfriends Day, a day to celebrate the special bonds that women share with other women. I got to thinking about friendships and how that impacts happiness. As I’ve mentioned (probably ad nauseum) I’ve been blessed in my life to have strong relationships with both my family and with friends. I’ve been fortunate that those have occurred naturally. I’ve known one of my oldest friends since birth. I have friends from elementary, middle and high school that, through the miracle of Facebook, I still keep in touch…
  • Turning Happiness into Joy

    Stacy Menzies
    19 Jul 2015 | 2:24 pm
    by Stacy Menzies Chief Happbassador, Happy Fix Last week, I had a great conversation over Facebook (ironic considering my last blog post) with a dear friend. She lives in Oklahoma. We have been friends since high school and I have always been struck with the ease that she lives and celebrates life. She got married young, has four boys, and went to school later in life. She is now a Special Education Teacher and quite obviously loves the life she has built for herself. She is, by definition and the way she lives her life, a Happy Fix. She brings positivity and joy to everyone she meets. She…
  • Connection, the Happiest Fix of All!

    Stacy Menzies
    14 Jul 2015 | 3:45 am
    by Stacy Menzies Chief Happbassador, Happy Fix I’ll be brutally honest. I have a love/hate relationship with I-95. I love it because it connects me with people I love. I hate it because it’s kind of ugly and I am guaranteed to spend at least an hour stuck in bumper to bumper traffic on pretty much every trip I make.Two weeks ago, I spent an inordinate amount of time on I-95 bringing my son to school and returning home. I had pretty much decided that I needed a break. I had a dilemma, though. My twin nieces’ birthday was this past weekend. In order to get to it, that’s right -- I had…
  • Independence on So Many Levels

    Stacy Menzies
    5 Jul 2015 | 4:58 pm
    by Stacy Menzies Chief Happbassador, Happy Fix This past Saturday, July 4, 2015 we Americans celebrated Independence Day, the day 239 years ago when the colonies declared independence from Mother England.The prior weekend, another Independence Day took place. Most of you didn’t know about it. There was no shot heard round the world. It was declared with a 1,200 mile road trip, a bunch of school supplies, a college orientation and tearful good-byes (I was the tearful one). My son was declaring independence from us and going out on his own.Independence is a curious thing. Freedom to do what…
  • Forgiving the Unforgivable

    Stacy Menzies
    22 Jun 2015 | 6:37 am
    by Stacy Menzies Chief Happbassador, Happy Fix On Wednesday, June 17, a 21-year old man went into the Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC. After approximately an hour of sitting with worshipers participating in a bible study, he pulled out a gun and systematically shot them, killing nine innocent people.On Friday, the families of those victims were in court for the bond hearing of the assailant. What some of them had to say was surprising, but should be an example for everyone dealing with others who inflict harm. Their words? “I forgive you.”Forgiveness is a tough thing. For a very…
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    Transcend Your Limits

  • Jack Of All Trades Master Of None? Wrong!

    Transcend Your Limits
    28 Jul 2015 | 7:35 am
    Is it better to be a little bit good at a lot of things, or very good at one thing? Can you have both? Let’s talk about the expression ‘Jack of all trades master of none’.  Well, it’s a bit more complicated than I first thought when I started writing... The post Jack Of All Trades Master Of None? Wrong! appeared first on Transcend Your Limits.
  • How To Stop Procrastinating Right Now!

    Transcend Your Limits
    14 Jul 2015 | 4:14 am
    Are you ready? I’m going to share with you the trick that will let you stop procrastinating right now, today. Actually, it’s not just one ‘trick’ but it’s a mindset. I’ll explain everything. The reasons you’re procrastinating are – 1 – You’re addicted to ‘instant gratification’ (I’ll explain what that... The post How To Stop Procrastinating Right Now! appeared first on Transcend Your Limits.
  • Setting Goals – Why Is It So Important?

    Transcend Your Limits
    16 Jun 2015 | 1:28 pm
    After you’ve read this post, you’ll know that setting goals is really, really important. Goals are so essential to your success in anything you do that they should be considered the number one factor determining whether or not you’ll achieve something. If you want to know whether you’ll achieve the... The post Setting Goals – Why Is It So Important? appeared first on Transcend Your Limits.
  • Work Hard Play Hard!

    Transcend Your Limits
    27 Feb 2015 | 12:12 pm
    I haven’t done anything for the last 2 days. Other than socializing, relaxing and working out.. and I think that’s okay. Let me explain why. As a blogger, and as an aspiring businessman/entrepreneur, I’ve been told and have learned that it’s important to really work hard every single day and... The post Work Hard Play Hard! appeared first on Transcend Your Limits.
  • What To Do When Everything Goes Wrong

    Transcend Your Limits
    24 Feb 2015 | 8:24 am
    Life. Sometimes, quite a lot of times in fact, it’s just chaos. Everything around us seems to be falling apart and often it’s not just one thing that goes wrong, but several. It’s usually the case that if something can go wrong, it will.. And often more than one thing... The post What To Do When Everything Goes Wrong appeared first on Transcend Your Limits.
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    Imperfect Spirituality

  • Why We Feel Self-Conscious

    Polly Campbell
    27 Jul 2015 | 5:31 am
    I was sitting alone in the middle of a restaurant when I realized I had a huge stain the shape of Idaho across the front of my blouse. I felt self-conscious. Like everyone was looking at me and my expansive stain. The negative feelings intensified even as finished up my errands by picking up the dry cleaning (yeah, pretty sure they wanted to pull the shirt off me right there and give it a good wash). But the truth is, probably nobody noticed the stain. In fact, it’s unlikely they even noticed me at all. What is the Spotlight Effect Human beings are like that. So often we feel self-conscious…
  • How to Ease Mental Fatigue

    Polly Campbell
    22 Jul 2015 | 5:01 am
    Too many things to do, places to go, decisions to make can leave us mentally tired and worn out by the end of the day. Even when our calendars are filled with things we enjoy, the cumulative effect of always doing can sap our self control and leave us exhausted. Then we are prone to greater health risks, unhappiness and burnout. But we can keep the burnout at bay But, micro-breaks – little pauses throughout our days – and some other practices can help ease the feeling of overwhelm and stress. Three Ways to Ease Mental Fatigue Simplifying decisions. We are faced with scores of decisions…
  • Managing Mental Fatigue

    Polly Campbell
    20 Jul 2015 | 5:05 am
    It’s happens often. I arrive at the end of the day exhausted. On paper it doesn’t look like I’ve done much. A few loads of laundry, in between sessions of wall ball with my daughter in between phone interviews and blog posts and magazine assignments and copy edits and invoicing, in between cooking dinner and checking in with friends. It’s my summer schedule. And for all the flexibility with how I spend my time, I wind up using it all. There are very few breaks to unwind. At the end of the day, I’m exhausted.  It isn’t the ‘I-feel-like-I’ve-run-a-marathon’ kind of physical…
  • Why it’s Good to Go Alone

    Polly Campbell
    15 Jul 2015 | 5:02 am
    I used to love going to the movies alone. I could see what I wanted, when I wanted. Phone off, no clients calling. Then I started dating a guy who loved movies too. We went to the theater together and he bought the popcorn. I married this guy. Had a kid. Haven’t been to a non-animated film in seven years. And rarely go anywhere by myself anymore. But, once-in-awhile I’ll eat a meal at a restaurant alone or grab a cup of coffee by myself at the café’. I like the people watching and the quiet that allows me to think or zone out. I like choosing where I want to go without needing to…
  • Make Time to Be Alone

    Polly Campbell
    13 Jul 2015 | 5:48 am
    We are about halfway through my daughter’s summer vacation now from school and I’m starting to feel it: the impatience that comes from too much together time. Nobody is doing anything wrong. I’ve enjoyed my time with her going to the library and and hiking through the nature park, making everything from guacamole to forts – but I am not getting enough solitude. I’m not getting any time alone. Now I’m particular about my alone time. It does not count if I’m working – which I do in between the time I spend with my daughter. Quiet time with others – while fabulous is not alone…
 
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    Living Intentionally - Intentional Happiness

  • Hold Things Lightly . . . But Do Hold Them!

    24 Jul 2015 | 4:33 pm
    Over the past few months as Jim has continued his job search, there have been two strong possibilities that would have involved a very long commute.  One job was in Longmont, 60 miles each way, and the other in Westminster, about 45 miles each way.  Both jobs were temporary contracts with the possibility of permanent hires.  So there was no way that we'd move for such a short term, but we'd never continue the situation of living such a distance from Jim's job.  We've always taken into account the length of the commute when we've bought houses--admittedly only two so far,…
  • A Nifty--And Free--Tool

    23 Jul 2015 | 3:36 pm
    My first attempt to do a screenshot!  It's a bit blurry, but I think you get the picture.  (In a manner of speaking.)  This view is of the homepage of the website called "TomatoTimer.com," which is an online timer that incorporates the principle of something called "the Pomodoro Technique."  Again, as with so many great ideas and websites, I have no idea how I got onto this.  I have a vague memory of its being mentioned in a YouTube video.  Anyway, there's a whole cottage industry (books, an actual little tomato-shaped timer, etc.) around the very simple idea of…
  • A Food Thought Experiment

    22 Jul 2015 | 3:23 pm
    Building on last week's video topic - What about your favorite food?
  • How to Grow a Mustache

    21 Jul 2015 | 3:42 pm
    Mr. Money Mustache:  Financial Freedom through Badassity, mrmoneymustache.com.  by Pete, no last name given.  No, that's not him in the picture.Yet again this week there's a blog instead of a book.  I promise that next week I'll post about a book.  (I'm in the midst of reading it right now, in between my stints on the MMM website.)  And, another yet again, I don't know how I ran across this site.  The power of Google, I guess.  Mr. Mustache addresses the age-old question of whether or not money can buy happiness.  The answer is:  only if you…
  • From the Sublime to the Mundane

    17 Jul 2015 | 3:35 pm
    First of all, a note to readers of yesterday's post, "How Do I Exercise My Free Will?"--for some reason only the first two lines were published.  I'm not sure what happened.  So please do revisit that page and read the entire thing.Now, on to what was going to be the first line of this post:  Yesterday I took on the Big Question of free will vs. fate.  Today I'm talking about cleaning out my Sonicare toothbrush.  No one can accuse me of being in a rut!Here's the thing:  The inside of the head  of this appliance gets gunked up with this black stuff,…
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    The Alchemist's Heart

  • Secrets From The Alchemist: 10 Easy Ways To Nourish Your Spirit

    Christy Harvey
    24 Jul 2015 | 11:55 am
    Sharing My Own Self-Care Tips Ahhh, one of my favorite things just happened. I’ve been inspired once again by my readers. I outed myself on Inviting Aphrodite about some challenging events and was invited to share what I’m doing for my own self-care while I’m getting through. My first thought was to start laughing hysterically, because I always feel like there is MORE I can be doing in order to dance my talk, so to speak.  But I settled down and started thinking about the details, realizing there is quite a lot I do to invite the self-love energy of Aphrodite during…
  • Inviting Aphrodite: How to Expand Your Inner Goddess Now (Part Three)

    Christy Harvey
    22 Jul 2015 | 9:55 am
    Have you given yourself the pleasure? If not, the time is now. Give yourself the gift of my top 15 tips for bringing alchemy into your life by finding and wooing your inner Goddess so you can thrive! Here are the final 5 tips (for now – you know there’s always more) to enhance your relationship with your inner Goddess and allow you to shine.  Catch parts one and two, then soak up some of more tips and quotes to bring out your natural glow! WARNING: These steps are challenging, but HIGHLY effective. IF you do these, I can absolutely guarantee results in your life. 11. Include…
  • Inviting Aphrodite: How To Easily Woo Your Inner Goddess (Part Two)

    Christy Harvey
    17 Jul 2015 | 5:50 pm
    Ready for more yumminess? There is an art and a science to inviting Aphrodite into our lives, and I am excited to share  these incredibly effective ways to connect with and embrace your Inner Goddess so your brilliant light can shine. These jewels are based on Kisses from your True Self – simple practices designed to inspire a deeper relationship with the wisest part of you. The best part is that each kiss is GUARANTEED to take 3 minutes or less – although you have total freedom to enjoy the goodness as long as you like. Here is Part Two of Inviting Aphrodite – 15 Ways to…
  • Essential Daily Alchemy Is Here For The First Time

    Christy Harvey
    11 Jul 2015 | 8:59 pm
    Announcing Essential Daily Alchemy to help your life feel better fast! Imagine being energetically held, cared for & supported every day, and the difference this can make now.  Are you frustrated that you don’t have someone who truly believes in you and your ability to create a life you love? Are you tired of not having the support you need to move beyond surviving into thriving? I am an alchemist at heart, and I have a solution that came two weeks ago because of a client very much like you. She wrote me, as so many have over the years, with a crucial request: “Please…
  • Inviting Aphrodite: 15 Ways to Absolutely Thrive Now (Part One)

    Christy Harvey
    10 Jul 2015 | 2:35 pm
    Finding Your Inner Goddess Ask any woman whether she’s happy with what she looks like or if she’s completely happy with her life and you’ll likely get a resounding “no.” Ask that same woman, “When was the last time you did something really nice for yourself?” and you’ll likely get silence. After a few moments, she might come back with, “Well there was that day a few months ago when I had the flu and I slept in until 6:00 am.” Sound familiar? It’s sad, really. Why can’t we as women take a day off or do something nice for ourselves? Mary E. Pritchard, PhD of Awakening…
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    A Brighter Everyday

  • Ignoring This Simple Strategy Can Cost Your Blog 10, 000 Subscribers

    Enock Machodi
    26 Jul 2015 | 6:23 pm
    You will agree with me that starting a blog, writing all the quality content by yourself, driving traffic, getting readers to read and comment, and even buy from you isn’t that easy, right? Perhaps it has taken you 5 years or even less to achieve that, and so you treasure your audience. Your blog is… Read More The post Ignoring This Simple Strategy Can Cost Your Blog 10, 000 Subscribers appeared first on A Brighter Everyday.
  • 10 Hidden Blogging Secret Benefits No One will Ever Tell You

    Enock Machodi
    16 Jul 2015 | 7:13 pm
    Blogging has become quite common these days, and just about everyone you happen to meet online is a blogger. It really doesn’t matter whether they are cognizant of this but it’s very true! Posting an update that receives feedback and comments on Facebook makes you a blogger! Sending a tweet that falls short of, or… Read More The post 10 Hidden Blogging Secret Benefits No One will Ever Tell You appeared first on A Brighter Everyday.
  • Blogging Communities Demystified

    Enock Machodi
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:46 pm
    If you’ve been blogging for some time without getting any results; or you’ve just started out, you understand that driving traffic to your blog can be frustrating. It’s even more frustrating if you have a new site. This leaves you with one option – and that’s to depend on traffic from other traffic referral sources.… Read More The post Blogging Communities Demystified appeared first on A Brighter Everyday.
  • Warning Bloggers! Are You Doing This The Wrong Way?

    Enock Machodi
    24 Jun 2015 | 6:17 am
    If you run a blog that has a following, it means you lead a community of like-minded people. They are there because they love what you do. They get value from reading what you write because you help them solve their problems. So you are responsible for engaging community members who frequent your blog by… Read More The post Warning Bloggers! Are You Doing This The Wrong Way? appeared first on A Brighter Everyday.
  • How To Overcome Blogger’s Block By Leveraging PLR Content

    Enock Machodi
    17 Jun 2015 | 5:43 pm
    Blogging should be about giving value to your readers and motivating them to do more. But there are times when you are just unable to come up with brave ideas for your next blog post. And the result is frustration! frustration! frustration! You are left with thoughts that never seem to be ending soon, and… Read More The post How To Overcome Blogger’s Block By Leveraging PLR Content appeared first on A Brighter Everyday.
 
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    Breakup University

  • Dream a little dream [Photo]

    Shelley Hanna
    28 Jul 2015 | 4:45 pm
  • Break out from this prison [Quote]

    Shelley Hanna
    24 Jul 2015 | 9:07 am
    Break out from this prison of the verbal mind Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
  • Love After Love by Derek Walcott [Photo]

    Shelley Hanna
    20 Jul 2015 | 4:00 pm
  • Understanding of the universe [Quote]

    Shelley Hanna
    16 Jul 2015 | 9:07 am
    I did not come to my fundamental understanding of the universe through my rational mind Albert Einstein
  • 10 Ways To Breakup With Stuff

    Shelley Hanna
    13 Jul 2015 | 4:00 pm
    A Little Time Out From The "Hooked On A Feeling" Series Little did I know when I set out to write about emotions, this would trigger me to have a major breakup with my “stuff”. What I’ve found for me is that it’s difficult to really examine the heavier emotions such as fear, unworthiness and anger without feeling the need to run away and hide or throw everything I own away. I don’t know that I’ll be able to continue the summer series since it’s made me need to take a break and evaluate how those emotions still have their “hooks” in me. I…
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    The Selft Esteem Boost

  • How to Help Children & Teens Develop a Positive Self-image

    John Pinem
    13 Jul 2015 | 4:45 am
    Self-esteem іѕ a mаjоr kеу to success іn life. The development оf a positive self-concept оr hеаlthу ѕеlf-еѕtееm іѕ extremely іmроrtаnt tо thе happiness аnd ѕuссеѕѕ of сhіldrеn аnd tееnаgеrѕ. Thіѕ page wіll ѕhаrе thе basics fоr hеlріng kіdѕ and tееnѕ to іmрrоvе thеіr ѕеlf-еѕtееm. It wіll аlѕо роіnt уоu tо other CDI раgеѕ аnd CDI рrоduсtѕ thаt can help you tо improve your сhіld’ѕ or tееnаgеr’ѕ ѕеlf-еѕtееm. How to Help Children & Teens Develop a Positive Self-image Sеlf-еѕtееm…
  • 7 Steps to Turn Your Self-Improvement Desires Into Reality

    John Pinem
    11 Jul 2015 | 5:07 am
    7 Steps to Turn Your Self-Improvement Desires Into Reality How many tіmеѕ hаvе wе told оurѕеlvеѕ in соmрlеtе еаrnеѕtnеѕѕ, “I’m going to bе mоrе organized аnd productive frоm nоw оn.”? Or that thе diet ѕtаrtѕ tоmоrrоw? Or that wе’rе gоіng to mаkе a rеаl effort tо exercise now? 7 Steps to Turn Your Self-Improvement Desires Into Reality Onlу tо have thаt еnthuѕіаѕm fіzzlе аwау, аnd аll our best іntеntіоnѕ come tо nоthіng? It’ѕ thе mоѕt common thіng іn thе world (bеѕіdеѕ bасtеrіа) — the hоnеѕt and…
  • 4 Ways Two Houston Cosmetic Dentists Are Fighting Low Self-esteem

    John Pinem
    10 Jul 2015 | 8:38 pm
    4 Wауѕ Twо Houston Cоѕmеtіс Dеntіѕtѕ Are Fіghtіng Low Sеlf-еѕtееm And Hеаlth Iѕѕuеѕ Wіth Invіѕаlіgn Invisalign helps all age grоuрѕ, not juѕt teenagers аnуmоrе. It can be fоr аnуоnе thаt hаѕ thе nееd, nо mаttеr what thе age. And nоt juѕt fоr сrоwdеd tееth. Mоrе concern ѕhоuld be given to thе dіѕеаѕеѕ of thе mоuth and gumѕ аnd nоt just сrооkеd tееth. You mау have hеаrd about Invіѕаlіgn. Invіѕаlіgn іѕ thе equivalent tо wеаrіng brасеѕ уеt іt іѕ made of a сlеаr plastic lіkе…
  • 5 Symptoms Of Low Self Esteem

    John Pinem
    10 Jul 2015 | 8:25 pm
    5 Symptoms Of Low Self Esteem – 1) Blаmіng Othеrѕ Casting blame іѕ a dеfеnѕе mесhаnіѕm that рrеvеntѕ uѕ frоm accepting реrѕоnаl rеѕроnѕіbіlіtу аnd the consequences оf our асtіоnѕ. If уоu dоn’t lіkе thе results уоu’rе getting in ѕоmе аѕресt of your life you mау fіnd іt tоо раіnful tо tеll уоurѕеlf ,”Yоu wеrе wrong”; that inability tо аdmіt аnd ассерt your ѕhоrtсоmіngѕ is another symptom оf lоw ѕеlf еѕtееm. Rudу Krause gіvеѕ ѕеvеrаl еxаmрlеѕ of thіѕ…
  • Three Ways To Instantly Boost Your Self

    John Pinem
    10 Jul 2015 | 8:16 pm
    Thrее Wауѕ Tо Inѕtаntlу Bооѕt Your Self Three Ways To Instantly Boost Your Self Yоu gеt what уоu focus оn іn lіfе. If уоu hаvе lоw self-esteem іt іѕ mоrе than likely еvеrу thоught you have іѕ just making уоu fееl wоrѕе аbоut уоurѕеlf. Yоu need tо ѕnар out оf your current mind ѕеt аnd dо something different. I’m sure уоu аrе vеrу good аt telling people whаt іѕ wrоng with уоur lіfе. I аm gоіng to ѕhаrе with you thrее ways to ѕtаrt tеllіng реорlе ѕоmе gооd things аbоut уоu. Firstly, I wаnt…
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