November 2020

via Forbes by Laura Garnett As an expert in helping people be who they are and build the habits that are critical for success, I can confidently say that, most times, people aren’t even aware of what’s truly holding them back. You may think you’re doing everything...

via TED Ideas by Adia Gooden This post is part of TED’s “How to Be a Better Human” series, each of which contains a piece of helpful advice from people in the TED community; browse through all the posts here. I have struggled with feelings of unworthiness for as...

via Psychology Today by Mark Travers There's a big difference between setting goals and setting the right goals. It can often mean the difference between success and failure. But there's another piece of the goal-setting puzzle, and that has to do with setting goals that are a bit outside of the realm...

via Psychology Today by Tyler J VanderWeele The current research update from the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard describes our recent evidence-based survey of various activities that can enhance flourishing, our efforts at developing a “flourishing app," and our engagement with the Lancet COVID-19 Commission Taskforce on Mental Health and...

via Entrepreneur by Rajesh K Pillania Though we human beings have been in search of happiness for a long time, the current unprecedented time of COVID-19 has made happiness even more imperative for all of us. Business leaders, entrepreneurs, and startup founders need to look after...

via CNet by Alison DeNisco Rayome In 2014, two psychologists at the University of California, Berkeley, launched an online course with a lofty goal: teaching students how to be happy, through both science and practice, in just eight weeks. No big deal, right?  The amazing thing: It...

via Forbes by Nancy F Clark Do you want to become happier? Do you think that life’s current situations do not allow that? I want you to know that becoming happier is possible and I’m going to give you seven ways to accomplish this. 1) Do You...

via the Next Big Idea Club by Eric Weiner Eric Weiner is author of the New York Times bestsellers The Geography of Bliss and The Geography of Genius, as well as the critically acclaimed Man Seeks God. A former foreign correspondent for NPR, he has reported from more than three dozen countries. Below,...