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via Inc.com by John Brandon There's a roadblock to success and happiness, and it might be your own attitude. As hard as that is to admit, it makes sense. Happiness is "out there" in the world and available, and it is not related to extreme wealth or holding...

This post, like most posts on this blog, is to your happiness! And your happiness, I assume, is associated at least to some extent to achieving any New Years Resolutions you set a few weeks ago. Even if you didn't set any NY Resolutions you probably...

Optimism is crucial for happiness. Optimism helps to create positive emotions like happiness; and it also helps boost resilience and thereby, limits negative emotions such as unhappiness. At the heart of happiness, thriving and flourishing is an optimistic attitude and here's how you can remain...

via Forbes by Mark Travers It has been said that ignorance is bliss. Well, not according to new research published in the Journal of Positive Psychology. A team of psychologists led by Kostadin Kushlev of Georgetown University examined the idea that individual happiness may act as an impediment to solving...

via Psychology Today by Jeffrey Bernstein People often mistake positive psychology to mean putting on a happy face and living without any negative thoughts. More realistically, my new book, The Stress Survival Guide for Teens, describes positive psychology as seeing your strengths, learning how to become more optimistic, gaining grit,...

via Forbes by Bryan Robinson If you’re one of the 60% of American workers who makes New Year resolutions, I have 10 tips for you to consider for 2020. We all know that achieving personal success and happiness depends on having proper balance between work...