The Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles Positive Psychology That Fuel Success and Performance at Work by Shawn Anchor
Monthly Archives: February 2012
Tweet We have a plan! To increase the resilience of your family begin to have regular Family Meetings.
First, let’s eliminate the phrase work life because surely work is part of life and a significant part of it, for that matter.
It’s important for us to embrace the traditional feminine role of caregiver as a way to demonstrate our strengths and capabilities.
Celebrate your and others’ feminine and masculine qualities.
Most workplaces make demands of women to develop their masculine side in male-developed hierarchies. They are expected to think logically, set goals and participate in competitive situations. Deborah Tannen, a linguistics specialist and author of You Just Don’t Understand, examined the differing conversational styles of men and women.
I reclaim my time and life.
One of the resilient women I interviewed for From Woe to WOW was Suzy Wilkoff who woke up one morning and vowed to give up her workahlic habits. Here are her ten tips:
To love yourself unconditionally means to treasure yourself merely because you exist.
When challenged or feeling stressed most of us have a tendency to react in a passive, aggressive or passive/aggressive manner.