According to the latest research by the Department of Economics, University of Warwick, happiness makes people more productive at work. This can be achieved by focusing on a memory that triggers a sense of happiness, joy orexcitement. Hence, forward thinking companies such as Google have invested more in employee support and a happier culture at work where positive result have shown employee satisfaction rising by 37% (Prof Andrew Oswald, “Happiness and Productivity”)
A happier workforce is more productive. However, cultivating happiness is not an overnight process. In order to become happier, we need to work at it and be consistent. Keep focusing on the positives in our lives and things that makes us feel grateful. Gratitude is such highly positive emotion that can make a person instantly more mentally positive.
Breathing techniques are also incredibly effective tool in cultivating mindfulness force in our lives with the ability to cultivate a winning attitude, even in the face of adversity.
When we caught up with stress, we are involved in ‘doing’ rather than “living”. We become so entrenched in reaching for out of balance it is important to take a step back and recognise the important to connect with a sense of inspiration and joy so that life flows and excites with rather than drags you down with all its responsibilities.
Some are so used to being exposed to such a high level of stress every day that they become immune to the pressures they are living with. They are like a wheel in constant motion and they run the risk of burnout because there’s only so much one can take before they run out of steam altogether. They have forgotten how to slow down or really relax and need to give themselves permission to really enjoy life.
It is the silence which speaks volumes that can really show us what is going on in our inner world
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Friday ,16 October 2015