Tag: happiness

Self-management, Stress management

Take a Chance on Happiness. Here’s How

August 10, 2022

Via: Entrepreneur

Is it possible to choose happiness? In most cases, happy people know that happiness is a choice that must be made daily. Happy people don’t care about their circumstances and aren’t looking for happiness in people or stuff. The trick? […]

Self-management, Stress management

Want to Be (Both) Happier and Smarter? Science Says First Take a Heaping Helping of Sadness, Anxiety, or Stress

January 31, 2022

Via: Inc.

Here’s the most obvious sentence you’ll read today: Everyone would like to be happier, if only because happiness is good for you. A little less obvious is how to actually quantify your level of happiness. Or how to quantify fulfillment. […]

General organization management, Strategic planning

5 Reasons You Should Not Aspire to Building a Massive, Multibillion Dollar Empire

February 23, 2021

Via: Entrepreneur

Everybody loves a good success story. However, the media dedicates much of its attention to businesses that take the world by storm. Whenever you check the news or scroll through your social media timeline, you’ll likely see an article about […]

Finances, Self-management

Science Says Money Does Buy Happiness If You Spend it the Right Way

March 2, 2018

Via: Entrepreneur

There is frequent talk about how much money it takes for someone to truly be happy. Many studies have shown that happiness levels increase with income up to roughly $75,000 in annual salary. After that, there tends to be little […]

Self-management, Stress management

Work-Life Balance Is Killing Your Happiness. Here’s What You Should Do About It

February 6, 2018

Via: Inc.

Here’s a true fact of running a business: some people on your team are keeping something from you. It’s not that they aren’t who they say they are, or that they’re not doing their jobs. The secret is that many […]

Self-management, Task management

10 Troubling Habits of Chronically Unhappy People

March 14, 2016

Via: The Huffington Post

Happiness comes in so many different forms that it can be hard to define. Unhappiness, on the other hand, is easy to identify; you know it when you see it, and you definitely know when it’s taken ahold of you. […]