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The Top 5 Regrets People Have at the End of Life

The Top 5 Regrets People Have at the End of Life

“Regrets are illuminations come too late.” –Joseph Campbell The BIG IDEA: What if you could know what most people regret at the end of life and use that information to change your choices long before your death? Now you can. My father’s story If you have ever felt a...

Perfectionism—The Number One Joy Killer

Perfectionism—The Number One Joy Killer

In a prior post, I summarized the main findings from the 75-year study at Harvard on happiness. While reading the study, one sentence absolutely jumped off the page at me—"Perfectionism is the number one killer of happiness." Am I the only one who finds that shocking?...

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The Relationship Between Happiness and Success

The Relationship Between Happiness and Success

The modern formula for success is broken. In today’s world, most people act as if they believe that happiness will be a guaranteed result of success. But if that were true, everyone who got a promotion would be happier. Today’s BIG IDEA—Research shows that happiness...

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The 5 Most Common Happiness Traps at Work

The 5 Most Common Happiness Traps at Work

“Most people climb the ladder of success only to realize it was leaning against the wrong building.” –Stephen Covey Several years ago I had a shot at what I thought was my dream job. My life's passion was leadership and I loved the mission—so it seemed like a great...

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Lessons in Happiness from 75 Years of Harvard Research

Lessons in Happiness from 75 Years of Harvard Research

“I wish everyone could experience being rich and famous, so they could know it wasn’t the answer to anything.” –Jim Carey In the last 100 years, science has come a very long way in understanding happiness. And you can use this research to enrich your life, avoid...

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Have you contracted Device Disease? What research tells us.

Have you contracted Device Disease? What research tells us.

“Technological progress has merely provided us with a more efficient means for going backwards.” –Aldous Huxley The Big Idea: According to research, constantly checking our smartphones and email can rewire our brains and our nervous systems into a chronic state of...

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