appreciation Tag

by Melissa Dahl from the Science of Us About halfway through “The Suitcase” — one of the most well-known and well-loved episodes of Mad Men — Peggy is near tears, upset with Don because she feels like he’s always overlooking her efforts and abilities. He never...

I've often re-posted articles from the great Marc and Angel site.  I've also often written and posted about the benefits of gratitude and appreciation, for health and happiness.  Well, today I'm going to do both...

by Dr. Happy (from this week's FREE eNewsletter to which you can subscribe HERE)  Did you know that gratitude is important not only because it helps us feel good, but also because it inspires us to do good? Research over several decades (largely led by the...

by Ingrid Poulson (bio HERE)  About two years ago, I almost gave up on Facebook.  It seemed that this marvelous program for connecting people had been hijacked by mundane news feeds about scores on Bejeweled Blitz, political opinions and generally a lot of complaining  (my favourite...

New research reveals something pretty obvious. Thanking and rewarding employees can give your business a boost. by Kathleen Kim for inc.com Don’t hold off until annual performance reviews to praise stellar employees. A simple “thank you” here and there can boost efficiency and even help your business...

by Eric Nelson from the Washingon Times LOS ALTOS, CA, May 28, 2011 – Gratitude pays. Just ask Dr. Robert Emmons. Last week the John Templeton Foundation announced that they were giving Emmons, a psychology professor at U.C. Davis $5.6 million to fund a three-year project to...

Today's blog post is very short; well, it won't include many words.  But I hope you agree that it's important and profound and possibly even life-changing.  If you accept the powerful message within this short film then you will definitely enjoy significantly more happiness. Because happiness will...