Happiness

Let’s talk about happiness on World Happiness Day

“Happiness” – something we would perhaps like to experience more of and something most of us are trying to achieve. What do we mean by happiness? Where did World Happiness Day originate? What can we do to attain a state of positive emotion? Let’s look at these areas and see if we can make ourselves happy in the process.

Let’s talk about happiness on World Happiness Day2021-06-09T10:51:07+10:00

Celebrate International Day of Happiness!

This joyous day was founded on June 28 2012 by United Nations adviser Jayme Illien who came up with the idea of a U.N Resolution that recognised the pursuit of happiness as a human right and a “fundamental human goal”, and called for “a more inclusive, equitable and balanced approach to economic growth that promotes the happiness and well-being of all peoples”.

Celebrate International Day of Happiness!2020-03-31T12:22:39+11:00

Nudge Practices: Small Things That Count Toward Happiness

What are the building blocks of happiness? The drivers that maximise wellbeing and gear people and human systems toward flourishing? There is no single solution; rather it is about engaging in activities that incrementally increase happiness and wellbeing. This is true, whether at an individual, organisational, community or country level. […]

Nudge Practices: Small Things That Count Toward Happiness2020-03-31T12:27:24+11:00

Happiness at work: The ROI of happy workplaces and employees

The science of happiness is changing the way we work, think and live. After a decade of psychological research and inquiry into what makes people happy, the value happy employees bring to work has recently gained attention in the business press. The evidence that is emerging is compelling. Happiness isn’t just a good idea, its extremely good business. […]

Happiness at work: The ROI of happy workplaces and employees2020-03-31T12:32:19+11:00

Gratitude: How to add to your happiness quota with this simple practice

Affirming our gratitude increases our positive emotions, which helps to banish the negatives. The more we practice reflecting on the things we are grateful for, the more we broaden our thinking and build our emotional resources. Acknowledging—and sharing—moments of gratitude is a powerful practice for staying positive, energised and resilient. Martin Seligman, a leader in the field of positive psychology, defines gratitude as being aware of and thankful for the good things that happen. He considers it a strength that forges connection to the larger universe and provides meaning. Writing down the things we are grateful for helps embed them and [...]

Gratitude: How to add to your happiness quota with this simple practice2020-03-31T12:35:30+11:00

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