November 2019

via the Guardian by Adrienne Matei Have you ever wanted to read minds? Or wished you had a little bit more of whatever ineffable quality it is that makes some people seem effortlessly popular at parties, lucky in love, and successful at work? Perhaps you need to...

via Entrepreneur by Shawn Doyle As an entrepreneur, I think it's essential to be happy while you're on the journey of building your empire. In fact, research shows that happy people are typically much more successful. It's with that in mind that I wanted to share seven key...

via the Ladders by LaRae Quy I learned that FBI agents need mental toughness to chip away at messy cases that can last for years. I learned that to ignore a problem case won’t make it go away, either. Instead, I worked through the problems until I found...

If so, it might be detracting from your happiness! There's nothing wrong at all with apologising if you've done something wrong; in fact, this is a good thing. But excessive apologising might be a sign of something more problematic and might, accordingly, be impacting on...

via Psychology Today by Jason Linder Our negative mind states can feel so powerful that we can easily lose sight of how quickly they can change for the better. They are significantly more malleable than you may believe. It's no understatement to say that they're often based on a house of...

Positive thinking isn't the only thing that will lead to happiness. But it's certainly a good one; and there's no doubt that negative thinking won't lead you there at any time. Happiness means different things to different people; but learning how to break free of...