Author: Dr Happy

via Self by Anna Borges Do you know that feeling when something completely unexpected sets you off? Like a minor inconvenience pops up and suddenly it feels like the worst thing that’s ever happened to you? And after crying or venting or tearing your hair out, you’re left...

via Forbes by Jia Wertz When Haley Hoffman Smith began creating motivational TikTok content, she didn’t expect the most common question that she gets asked. “How do I find my purpose?” flooded her comments and DM’s. She had created a TikTok video for a popular trend that reflected...

via Forbes by Cathy Caprino Several weeks ago, a member of my career growth course shared a question that, in six years of delivering this training, I’ve never heard quite in the same way. She asked, “Kathy, how do I know if or when I’m being...

via the Ladders by Marjolein Smit Do you want to change your life? You don’t need to make leaps forward every single day. In Atomic Habits, James Clear explains how important small daily habits are for success.  Here are the 9 atomic habits that you can adapt...

via Travis Bradberry We all know that living under stressful conditions has serious emotional, even physical, consequences. So why do we have so much trouble taking action to reduce our stress levels and improve our lives? Researchers at Yale University finally have the answer. They found...

via the Ladders by John Anderer There are times when we all want to shut ourselves off from the world and be alone. Of course, in the long run, no man (or woman) is an island. We all naturally crave social, romantic, and familial connections, despite...

via Psychology Today by Suzanne Degges-White Let’s start with the basics. To manage stress and be able to respond effectively to unexpected or unpleasant events, you need to take care of the only tool you have—your body. The best way to do this is by practicing these...

via the Ladders by John Anderer Each person’s time on this planet can be likened to a rollercoaster ride, filled with highs and lows. No one’s life is 100% perfect and great all the time, but it’s those bad times that help us appreciate and savor the...

via the Ladders by Nelson Wang These are my Top 10 habits I’ve developed over the last 33 years after studying entrepreneurs, executives from Fortune 1000 companies and my own personal experiences: Make a daily list Every morning, make a list of the three most important things you...