vendredi 10 avril 2020

1. Positive Psychology Activities to Improve Performance and Well-Being

This is a seven-week positivity workout plan designed and used by life coach Deb Levy. The worksheet is a handy compilation containing positive psychology interventions that create insight into happiness and works on improving it. Each PPI is a weekly task that the participants should perform for seven days and move on to the next one on the list.
The functions include:
  • Week 1 – The ‘What went well’ Exercise
    Participants set aside some time each day for writing about any three good things, big or small, that happened on that day.
  • Week 2 – The ‘Best possible future’ Exercise
    Participants are directed to imagine themselves in their best and more successful form and journal their thoughts.
  • Week 3 – The ‘Signature strength’ Log
    Inspired by the CSV model of Seligman, this exercise focus on identifying one’s strengths and writing down how they use them every day, for one week.
  • Week 4 – The Gratitude Journal
    Where participants are encouraged to write about the things that they are grateful for.
  • Week 5 – The BGIF Workout
    BGIF stands for ‘Be grateful it’s Friday’. This is a simple exercise put in an interesting way, where the respondents make a list of the people they are thankful to, and on Friday, take some time out to express their gratitude in the form of letters, emails, or a quick visit.
  • Week 6 – Self-love Meditation
    Where the participants are guided to focus on themselves and their emotions, and journal the thoughts that passed their minds.
  • Week 7 – Relationship Workout
    The final weekly task of this program is to foster happiness by nurturing relationships. This task is full of useful hacks that the participants are asked to follow for the rest of the week and notice how they change the quality of the respondents’ interpersonal relationships.

vendredi 22 février 2019

The fundamentals about happiness at work woohoo


  1. Studies show that happiness at work may be the most important success factor for a modern workplace and that happy companies make more money!
  2. Happiness at work is one of the 3 most important sources of happiness in life.
  3. Happiness at work is the best antidote to stress. Stress doesn’t necessarily come from working too much but from feeling bad while you work.
  4. Increasing employee happiness dramatically reduces absenteeism and employee turnover.
  5. In all the world, only the Scandinavian languages have a widely used word for happiness at work. In Danish the word is arbejdsglaede.
  6. Your happiness at work is your responsibility. Not your boss’s, not your co-workers’ and not society’s. Yours. 
  7. Your boss and your workplace are responsible for creating a setting and culture where it’s easy to be happy at work. 
  8. Happiness at work doesn’t only come from the organization’s policies, strategies, plans or values. It comes from the things that you and I do here and now.
  9. Happiness at work doesn’t come from raises, bonuses or perks. It comes from two things: Results and Relationships, ie. doing great work together with great people. 
  10. Happiness at work doesn’t just happen. It takes a focused, long-term effort from management and employees together.

mardi 5 février 2019

samedi 25 mars 2017

Dr Saamdu Chetri Director Minister of Gross National Happiness Center in Buthan for an incredible interview for and, he balanced between material and non material values with the conviction that human want to search for happiness. Stay tuned interview coming soon on