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via Psychology Today by Guy Winch John was 25 when he came to see me for psychotherapy. The previous year he had quit his “boring office job” and moved back in with his parents to figure out what he wanted to do with his life. He...

via Inc.com by Lolly Daskal Many of us struggle with stress--at work and in our personal life. Like any problem, stress requires a strategic approach to conquer, or at least manage. Stress is real, but we always have a choice--we can let it consume us or we...

via the Huffington Post by Tchiki Davis Happiness is something nearly everyone wants more of. Perhaps we don’t feel it often enough or strongly enough, or it seems to slip through our fingers far too easily. Many happiness seekers have read dozens of articles, yet they don’t...

via the Huffington Post by Karin Volo There are more than 7.4 billion people on the planet right now. The essence of what all people want comes down to four main things: love, peace, joy, and abundance. I believe that people have an innate emotional set point—a...

via Inc.com  Start before you're ready. I spent 4 minutes and 12 seconds trying to craft a perfect introduction to this article. But you're reading this because my mind finally said f*ck it, and I started writing. Don't stop when you're tired/upset/exhausted, stop when you're...

How To Become 20 Percent Happier Through One Mental Exercise via the Huffington Post by Greg Kushnick Do you REALLY want to know an easy way to find headspace and live a happier life? After helping thousands of New Yorkers achieve success with their therapeutic goals, I’ve learned...

via the Huffington Post by Adnrew Merle Many of us rely on plans and to-do lists to prioritise our time and stay on track for the future, but what about after we complete those tasks and projects? Should we just check things off the list and...

via Inc.com by Minda Zetlin Would you rather be happier or more successful? That should be a no-brainer, shouldn't it? Sadly, many ambitious professionals (including me) would find it a tough choice to make. But there's good news: You really don't have to choose. Contrary to our...