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It shouldn't come as a surprise to any of you to read that here at The Happiness Institute we believe that personal development is important. Research suggests that the happiest and most successful people tend to spend more time working on improving themselves.  But personal development...

There's a strong correlation between happiness and fun which is why I thought you might all enjoy this article in which a new book (that I should note I've not personally read) is reviewed on the happiness relevant topic of "Using humor to maximise living"....

What will you do today, this friday in June, to make someone else's day?  I'm not suggesting Friday should be the only day to have fun (not be any means) but there's a nice alliteration around Friday fun and so we thought we might make this...

by Joe Wilner at PsychCentral Has anyone ever told you to “lighten up”? I’ve heard this before, and often the person telling me was right. It took me a while to realize it, but sometimes the smallest things can get to us overly upset. Don’t get me wrong,...

There are many good reasons why happiness at work should be considered a priority by all involved (employers and employees). Research clearly suggests, for example, that positive workplaces have higher morale, better engagement, are more productive and attract and retain the best people. Happy workers...

We've often written about how to apply the principles of positive psychology in the workplace and in fact much of our work here at The Happiness Institute, and our Executive Coaching & Consulting division Positive Leadership Development, is within organisations and/or with teams. So when Prof....