Although it is commonly believed that there are 100 billion neurons in the human brain, we still don’t know the exact number. Many of the most important chemicals in our body are produced by those neurons. In fact there are chemicals associated with every emotional state we...
- We don't plan for failures, and yet we often fail.
- It is not about a wrong decision we make. It is about moving on when the results are not as expected.
- To succeed in life, we must move on, live in the present, and keep working toward a better future.
- The past does not...
To define the key characteristics of a positive organization, let’s draw from the research in positive psychology and positive organizational behavior. The four key characteristics are hope, efficacy, resiliency, and optimism based on the research.
Hope does not just happen. ...
Let's move to Pillars 7 and 8.
Pillar 7: Gratitude
In addition to looking forward to new goals, organizations...
Previously we covered Introduction to Eight Pillars of Organizational and Employees Wellbeing and Pillar 1 and Pillar 2 and Pillar 3.
Let's move Pillars 4, 5 and 6.
Pillar 4: Goals
Whatever company you work for, chances are they identified their overall goals....
In the previous blog, we covered Introduction to Eight Pillars of Organizational and Employees Wellbeing and Pillar 1.
Now let's continue with Pillar 2 and Pillar 3.
Pillar 2: Strengths
Numerous research from the science of Positive Psychology tells us that when we...