Increase Productivity by Being Happy!

What does your 'to-do' list look like? Is it twice as long because not only do you have a 'to-do' list for everyday tasks, you now have a 'to-do' list associated with the holidays? At the end of every holiday season, do you reflect and wonder, “How did I get it all done?

“Tis the season to be jolly…” Perhaps your boost in productivity is related to being happy.

In his article on OpenForum.com, Shawn Achor: First Get Happy, Then Get Rich, Matthew E. May explains, “Conventional wisdom holds that if we work hard and perform well, we’ll be more successful. And if we are successful, then we’ll be happy. But according to Shawn Achor, author of The Happiness Advantage: The 7 Principles of Positive Psychology That Fuel Success and Performance at Work, that thinking is exactly backward. In other words, happiness comes first. A happy brain performs better and breeds success. Not the other way around.

The techniques suggested in May’s article just might be the secret to bottling happiness.


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