March 2013

By Geoffrey James from Inc.com A reader recently pointed me to some "rules for a happier life" that various folks have posted in various forms. Here's my take on those rules as they apply to the workplace: 1. Don't compare yourself to others. Everybody, and I mean everybody,...

NB: this article is taken from the Gallup Organisation's site (link below); although it refers to Americans there's evidence that suggests the findings would apply just as much to Australians and, in face, most if not all people anywhere!  WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The more hours per...

What do bestselling self-help authors Maxwell Maltz, Tony Robbins and Rhonda Byrne have in common? Their works, though published decades apart, all promote positive thinking as a fundamental aspect of personal growth. It makes sense: optimism keeps you happy, provides the energy to overcome challenges and is...

This blog is from yesterday's FREE eNewsletter. If' you don't already receive it each Monday morning you can sign up HERE (again, for free)!  by Dr. Timothy J Sharp (aka Dr. Happy)  Did you know that a significant proportion (30 and possibly up to 40%) of people...

By Joe Wilner from PsychCentral  I was speaking with a close friend recently who was having difficulty accepting where she was in her career. She didn’t feel things were coming together as quickly as she would’ve liked and started to second guess if she was following...

by Cornelia Seigneur - The Huffington Post When Ken Wytsma was an undergraduate engineering major, he had a health scare that caused him to re-evaluate the fast-paced fraternity partying way of life he enjoyed. He began reading the Bible, then attended a Christian conference where, his friends...