All posts tagged: happy

Wrapping Up The Happiness Advantage (in full force)

Going toward the Happiness Advantage and moving along strong. Jump on, and bring your kids. In 2-5 minutes a day, we’re reaching a more consistent state of “happy” and making our brains 31% more productive. Cool. (Check out the video below by esteemed Harvard professor, Shawn Anchor – well worth the 12 minutes!) We’ve been on the journey for 8 days, and we’re well on our way . . . To Increased Happy. And A More Productive Brain. It’s founded in science. We can actually rewire our brains, in 2-5 minutes a day, to scan the world for the positive, increase our happiness, and retrain our brains to work more optimistically, productively, and successfully. Here’s what we do, each day: – Write down 3 new things for which we are grateful – Write down (or journal about) 1 positive experience from the last 24 hours – Do an act of kindness, or praise/thank someone For those of you already on board, you’re almost there. For those just joining us, it’s a gratifying and pretty easy …

Day Six of the Happiness Advantage Come Along for the Ride!

Day Six of the Happiness Advantage On our way to a more consistent state of happy and a 31% more productive brain . . . in 2-5 minutes a day. That’s a bargain. Come along for the ride. It’s a good one . . . and bring the kids. It’s really pretty easy. Each day, we: Write down 3 new things for which we are grateful; and Write down 1 positive experience we’ve had in the last 24 hours And now, we will: Do a random act of kindness (or praise or thank someone for something) That’s it. Today & tomorrow: 3 new grateful things; 1 positive experience; 1 act of kindness, praise or thanks. Keep it up – we’re on our way . . . to a more consistent state of “happy” and a 31% more productive brain. Today & tomorrow. Go ahead. Do it. See you then. p.s. thanks to esteemed Harvard professor, Shawn Anchor, for his proven research on the Happiness Advantage