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02
MAY
2017
Smile – The Most Misconstrued Body Language Signal

Smile – The Misconstrued Body Language Signal

Imagine, you are going for an important job interview, or meeting your future father-in-law, or being interviewed on television, or presenting to a large convention, etc. etc. You have already decided what you are going to wear, but left out an important item to choose – your smile!
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03
OCT
2016
According to Neuroscience, Mindfulness Works

According to Neuroscience, Mindfulness Works

Everybody is talking about mindfulness… but nobody seems to be able to explain clearly what the heck it really is. Ask people and you’ll hear, “Umm, be in the moment and SOMETHING SOMETHING SOMETHING, uh, meditation.” But is it merely the latest fad? Actually, no. And there isn’t s
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31
AUG
2016
Boost the Happiness

How to Boost the Happiness Index

Since 2008, The Harris Poll has surveyed Americans to assess their level of general happiness. Their Happiness Index is an average from responses that agree strongly with positive statements (about good relationships with family and friends, health and general happiness) and disagree
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31
MAY
2016
Google Algorithm for Happiness

Google’s Algorithm for Happiness

Deep inside the global tech behemoth Google sits an engineer with an unusual job description: to make people happier and the world more peaceful. A few years ago, Chade-Meng Tan, one of the company's first engineering employees in Mountain View, noticed many of his colleagues were
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30
JUN
2014
The Pursuit of Happyness

The Pursuit of Happyness

Life keeps us so involved in the rut that we forget to actually enjoy our life. We spend our entire life so wrapped up in pursuing certain financial goals that we forget that we were also born for The Pursuit of Happyness. Even when we come face to face with happiness we do not recogn
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01
FEB
2013

10 Things Happy People Do Differently

How happy are you and why? This is a question I spend a fair amount of time thinking about, not only as it applies to my own levels of happiness, but also as it applies to my family, friends, and the people who I work with. Since graduating with my master's degree in positive psycholo
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01
FEB
2013

Does money buy happiness?

During my thesis in Developmental Psychology, there was a question, where people had to answer, “What would make them happy?” and about 74% replied that their life would be much happier if they had more money. Does money buy happiness? Let me take you to the wonderful world called
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