A Simple Formula to Generate Positivity in Your Life and Workplace

My first assignment for them was to keep their What Went Well log, a tool developed by the positive psychologist Martin Seligman, and something that I have written about on the Appreciative Leaders and Organizations Blog before. You can read about the WWW exercise here, but in a nutshell, it helps you focus on the positives in your life–the positives that our brains don’t see when we are swamped by negativity.

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Courage: A Bi-Product of Self-Care

So why is taking care of ourselves good for the Earth? Because we are all socially interconnected, when we feel better, others around us feel better too. Like throwing a stone into a pond, good feeling ripples outward and impacts those around us–in our families, our workplaces and our communities.

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