Memorizing 10X Faster and Blowing Your Mind
Happiness is something we talk about all the time, but how often do we pursue it with intention and purpose?
Even if you are actively trying to be happy, are you doing it the right way? Do you have the knowledge and skills to achieve happiness?
It sounds strange to think of happiness as a skill, but research shows it can be broken down into steps you can learn and control.
We're often focused on accumulating more material belongings to make us happy - money, house, car and the latest technology and toys...
...but our circumstances only account for about 10% for our happiness.
So what should you be focused on?
The team at Happify are psychologists, researchers and experts in the science of happiness, so it made sense to collaborate with them on a video about being happy.
I hope you find it valuable :)
U.N. World Happiness Report 2016
Gruber, J., Kogan, A. et al. (2013) Happiness is best...
Who hasn't experienced that feeling of life being out of control?
It's stressful and takes your focus away from the important things you should be doing and achieving.
The solution is to get organized.
Simple to say, not always a cakewalk to make happen.
I'm a big believer in modelling successful people and aiming for best-practice in everything I do. So I asked Nicole Anzia from NeatNik for her advice.
Nicole is a professional organizer (who knew that was even a thing?) and columinst for The Washington Post. If you're looking for an expert on organizing, she's your go-to-guru.
Simplifying information into a concise framework is a perfect example of being organized - and that's what Nicole gave me.
The video above will step you through the 6 habits of highly organized people.
What's so great about getting your #*@% together?
You'll be more focused on what you want to achieve, be...
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