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Life Coach Help: The Questions Coaches Say You Need To Be Asking Yourself

By Leigh Newman<p><i>Ellie Gordon, a personal and executive life coach, helps us figure out what we</i> really <i>need to be thinking about when we’re looking for lasting, hard-to-make change.</i><p><b>1. Can I Replace The Word 'Afraid' With The Word 'Alert'?</b><p>"An artist client recently introduced me to this question," says …

Three simple tips to create a happy workplace using positive psychology - Mothers Who Work: For mums who are SERIOUS about making money

Happy teams are successful teams. And if you want a happy team then you need to make people feel good.<p>Sarah Lewis is a chartered psychologist and …

The Science of Positive Thinking: How Positive ...

Positive thinking seems useful. We all <i>want</i> to be happy, so it makes sense that thinking positive thoughts would be a good idea.<p>But “positive …

Happy Habits: Engagement Design meets Positive Psychology

Recently, I’ve been immersed in a project that’s translating the science of happiness into a compelling, habit-forming digital service. I’ve been …

Happiness Means Creativity: One Company’s Bet On Positive Psychology

Rather than just fix what’s ailing you, positive psychology looks to actively improve individual and organizational well-being. Here’s how Havas Worldwide is working to build a happier, more resilient–and ultimately more creative–workforce.<p>Cultivating a more positive outlook is a better way of …

How Abraham Maslow and His Humanistic Psychology Shaped the Modern Self

Legendary American psychologist <b>Abraham Maslow</b> (April 1, 1908–June 8, 1970) is best-known for creating the famous Maslow hierarchy of needs and endures as the founding father of humanistic psychology — the movement to focus on people’s capacity for goodness and transcendence, rather treating them as …