Being happy is the best way to build strong relationships with ourselves and others. It helps us thrive, at work or at home. Our outlook towards everything changes for the better when we wear our glasses of happiness. Our energy, creativity, and enthusiasm flows even when faced with tough situations. A lot has been written about this subject. On reviewing them, I came to the conclusion that re-organising a few aspects in our thinking can lead to powerful outcomes both at work and at in our personal lives. Emma Seppala, Science Director of Stanford’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education, shares powerful secrets to making happiness a key ingredient of your life. I resonate with them and therefore want to share them with you.
I have begun practicing these tenets and begun feeling enriched from the experiences
borne out of making steady effort. Go ahead! Try them and let me know your experience.