Posted on November 3, 2021 by Karen in anxiety, automatic negative thoughts, chimp paradox, confidence building, growth mindset, happiness, loneliness, mindfulness, mindfulness for business, mindfulness in the workplace, neuroscience, New Year, personal development, positive affirmations, positive thinking, procrastinating, scarcity mindset, self care, stress, work-related stress, workplace mental health, workplace wellbeing.
Growth Mindset So what are the origins of a Growth Mindset? As it’s Autumn (often referred to as the season of renewal) and we move closer to 2022, it’s often worth taking stock and considering: Why is it that very high wage earners end up broke? Why is it no matter how much time most […]
Posted on March 20, 2017 by Karen in happiness, International day of happiness, loneliness, positive affirmations, positive thinking, shyness, Uncategorized.
According to many positive psychology theories “achieving happiness” often entails changing behaviors and in order to do that, you have to change your thinking and “rewire” your brain. Brain scientists such as Antonio Damasio and Joseph LeDoux and psychotherapist Stephen Hayes have discovered, through the use of MRIs, that habitual behavior is created by thinking patterns that create […]