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I've just been to the Art Gallery with my family and among other things, saw a fascinating exhibition by a European sculpture artist. Now I don't claim to have a great understanding of art but I do find it thought provoking and stimulating. ...

I've just returned from another day at the Happiness & its Causes Conference and today was a very special happiness day. Most of the morning session involved His Holiness the Dalai Lama and we were lucky enough to hear his thoughts about happiness and how...

Be happy now! Beth Banning June 14, 2007 Co-authored by Neill Gibson. End your "pursuit of happiness" by discovering the art of "having happiness now." Has it ever seemed to you that: relationships are free but happiness is sold separately? Learn why authentic happiness is a choice you...

How do you create a positive organization? What's the formula? In previous articles I have focused on the leader's role in creating a positive work environment. In this article I will focus on a few other factors - Physical Location, High Quality...

I spent today with 3,500 people at the 2nd International Happiness & its Causes Conference. And it was awesome. I can't believe how much positive energy there was in the room and how wonderful some of the happiness experts were. I'm also pleased to...

Several years ago I read a quite good book by Dan Baker called "What Happy People Know". If you'd like to read a nice summary of his 6 key happiness tools - click here. ...

Though people have probably pondered happiness as long as we've been on the planet, the topic has only recently caught the attention of social scientists. In the emerging field known as "positive psychology," academics have begun to apply rigorous research techniques to quality-of-life issues, a...

I've often been heard to say that the reason many don't find happiness is because they look in the wrong place! Below is an interesting happiness-relevant story I hope you enjoy. There's an old story about a group of monks who lived with their master...

Two things have happened today to remind me that there is no one path to happiness but rather, many wonderful and varied paths to many wonderful and varied forms of happiness. I was coaching a client this morning and spent close to an hour discussing...

CAN PEOPLE LEARN TO BE HAPPIER? YES, according to Harvard University's most popular Lecturer on Positive Psychology June 2007 - What is happiness? What does it mean? How do we find it? And, once we find it, how do we hang onto it? In HAPPIER -...