Tag Archives: happiness

Alex Kjerulf, Happiness in Work

Alex Kjerulf is one of the leading experts about happiness in work and deeply committed to raise the sense of engagement, fun and passion in workplaces in his native Denmark and around the world. His book is Happy Hour is … Continue reading

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Tara Hunt, The Whuffie Factor

I’ve just returned from the TED conference in Palm Springs. One of the most fun bits was spending time with Tara Hunt. I have high regard for Tara, not just because she’s a fellow Canadian, but because she hangs out … Continue reading

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Spring’s a Comin’ In

Gray geese populate Concave pockets of ice, a Platoon of honkers. Early morning walkers join the avian conversation, narrating each shaky step on a slippery path. A musical fan belt tra-la-las a fanfare over the chorus, a true operatic soprano. … Continue reading

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Todd Kashdan, Curious

Todd Kashdan, a clinical psychologist and Professor of Psychology at George Mason University  is also the author of a new book, a fantastic book called Curious?: Discover the Missing Ingredient to a Fulfilling Life. And when you check it out, … Continue reading

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Two Questions to Change Your World by Michael Neill

Michael Neill has been a mentor to me since I started coaching and writing. His newsletter is consistently outstanding, his books are excellent, and he provides this week’s article, an excellent piece on Two Big Questions That Matter. But before … Continue reading

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It Doesn’t Get Simpler Than This…

Posted by The Scribbler, Box of Crayons’ mysterious finder of the cool and the funny… See the original posting at http://www.doobybrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/typcut-are-you-happy.jpg

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Isaac Getz, Freedom Inc

Professor Isaac Getz  is the professor of Idea, Initiative and Innovation Management at the ESCP Europe Business School and author of a new book that gets right to the very heart of what it takes to do Great Work in … Continue reading

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Michael Port, Think Big Manifesto

Michael Port is a best-selling business author.  His first book, Book Yourself Solid was on the best seller lists for months, and this week he’s publishing his latest, The Think Big Manifesto.  Its subtitle says it all:  “Think you can’t … Continue reading

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Penelope Trunk, Brazen Careerist

The tag-line for Penelope Trunk’s blog is ‘advice at the intersection of life and work’. That’s good, but quite frankly it undersells what Penelope does. For one thing, she’s the founder of Brazen Careerist, a social network which helps young … Continue reading

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