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via Inc.com by Jessica Stillman If you want to study happiness, you first have to define what you mean by the word. There are the momentary pleasures of a great glass of wine, a smile on a child's face, or a soft couch after a long day....

via Quartz.com by Cassie Werber Where’s the happiest place on earth? Countries that use measures of wealth and productivity to gauge their performance look curiously to Bhutan, which tracks “gross national happiness” instead. The Nordic nations, with their generous social welfare systems supporting small, homogenous populations, are...

What if you could learn new skills and immediately enjoy more happiness and a better life? You can! What if these skills could be integrated into your life, relatively easily, providing massive gains in mood (such as happiness) and performance. They can! Learn more below...

by Dr Tim Sharp (aka Dr Happy) You've probably all heard that saying, "fake it "till you make it". It's been used to help people enjoy more happiness, more confidence, more success and more of many other desirable traits or goals. It's also been used mostly by those without...

I've posted before about minimalism and happiness; but I think it's something most (if not all) of us could give more consideration to and ultimately, benefit from. It's been said before but it's worth saying again, the things that make us happy are not things; and...

by Dr. Tim Sharp (aka Dr Happy) I'd just like to preface this post by acknowledging that I'll be taking a slight departure from my usual focus on Positive Psychology and happiness. Although it's not that unusual for me to address issues of mental ill-health, today's posting...

via Inc.com by Peter Economy  Despite how appealing turmoil, negativity, and pessimism can sometimes seem, being happy isn't just better for your emotional well-being--it also makes you more successful than those who are not. Check out these 11 habits very happy people do every single day, and...