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«positive psychology functions constructively in helping us get more of what we do want, and making ourselves better, happier people.»
There are things you can do every day to improve happiness.
«2. engage in random acts of kindness»
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«The research here is consistent: when it comes to happiness, frequency beats intensity. It’s like someone finally looked at life’s instruction manual and said, “Wait a minute, we’ve been assembling this happiness thing all wrong!”»
Findings from the longest scientific study of happiness.
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«Next time you’re absolutely sure about something, take a step back and ask yourself if it’s something you’ll be embarrassed about in a decade.»
If you're struggling in life, it might be because your answers to "What do I want to be?" and "What do I enjoy?" aren't the same.
«What are you doing in your life that you don’t actually love, but you’re doing it because of the image it projects or the persona it creates?»
Wondering how to be successful in life and get ahead of 99% of people? Here are three things you must do, and some downsides to consider.
«The most significant challenge lies in disagreeing with the majority, being right in your contrarian stance, and having the courage to put everything on the line for your beliefs»
I think we can all agree that the goal during our time on Earth is to thrive, so that at the end of the road, we are full of memories and experiences that leave us satisfied with the journey, right?
«The key ingredient is the vision and creativity to seek out memorable and meaningful experiences, even if they happen in your own backyard.»
We all suffer from negative thoughts, and it's about time we learned how to deal with them effectively. Here are three things you can do.
«By deriving value from your failures, you’ll start to see them as opportunities for growth rather than reasons to beat yourself up.»
A new way to think about brainpower.
Research shows there are 8 different types of friends you need in order to feel fulfilled. Here's what they are and how to find them.
«Want to further energize your current Energizer? Let them know how much you appreciate their enthusiasm. Reciprocate the positivity.»
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«Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.”»
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«Loneliness has a physical effect on the body. It can render people more sensitive to pain, suppress their immune system, diminish brain function, and disrupt sleep»
We finally have good data on what makes people happy. Why are we afraid to use it?
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