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Look for flow

Flow is that state you experience when an activity challenges you to use your ability and skill to the fullest, when what you are doing is so absorbing that you lose track of time. If a task is too difficult for you, you are likely to become anxious. Too little...

Find engagement

Many people sleepwalk through life, only partially engaged. Globally only 14% of people are highly engaged with their work, 24% are totally disengaged and 62% are somewhere in between. What a waste of all that talent and energy! People are most likely to be fully...

Play to your strengths

Throughout your life you will have been told about your weaknesses and areas for improvement but very little time has probably been spent checking and pointing out the talents you have. Do it for yourself by thinking back to an occasion when you were really at your...

Believe in yourself

Few people have the confidence they really deserve, caused by faulty perception and inadequate self belief. Do some research: What have you ever been told about yourself, the good and the not so good? How trustworthy are your sources? There are people whose opinion on...

Build hope

Hopefulness is mainly learned and is one of the key strengths that contribute to happiness. A hopeful person has the belief that future good events will outweigh bad ones. Yet pessimism is often the preferred thinking style. People claim that, if you don’t hope, then...

Bounce back

Think back to a difficult event in your life. How did you find your way through? What gave you the strength to carry on? Some of the factors that decide how easily you will overcome adversity and bounce back afterwards are having a strong support system, building an...

Build resilience

Life can be a challenge – long hours, multiple demands, lots of stresses. We often love it that way but it can dent your happiness. In order to keep up the intense life you want, you need to build yourself up. Start by constructing a personal model of resilience. Who...

Stop predicting feelings

People say, “I’d be so happy if x happens” or “I would be devastated if y happened”. Actually we are very bad predicting both how you will feel and for how long (affective forecasting). People think winning the lottery will make them very happy for a long time. In...
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