February 2014

by Ben C. Fletcher, D.Phil., Oxon from Psychology Today  Happy people view things differently to unhappy people. They are more positive, more solution focussed. They look at things in terms of gain rather than loss. More importantly, though, they have a distinctly different set of habits....

by Joel Gascoigne from Fast Company It’s a little over three years since I first had the idea for Buffer, and I’ve started to notice a few patterns amongst the ups and downs that come with building a startup. One of the most important things I’ve learned...

The right type of selfishness can lead to the right type of happiness.  If you love yourself first YOU CAN THEN love others.  So selfishness as a STARTING POINT is not really selfishness because it can be used as a spring board to selflessness and love and...

We'd all love to enjoy happiness all the time.  But we all know (or at least most of us know) that we WON'T be happy all the time.  Good and bad days are a normal part of life as too are feelings of hopelessness and helplessness at...

Sometimes you just have to say NO!  Sometimes to have more you have to have less! Sometimes you need to stop so you can start!  Happiness requires doing and oft times...

by Pallavi Srivastava from LifeHack Being happy is one thing that everyone wants but very few get there. So what are the reasons that stop us from being happy? Well, some of the biggest hurdles between us and our happiness are some of our habits. Here are...

by Ibrahim Husain from LifeHack You know how some people seem to be happy no matter what happens to them?  They always have a positive outlook on life. They seem to enjoy things more than you and me, and their relationships with people thrive in a...