1. Articles in category: Happiness

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    1. The Short, Online Course In Gratitude That Can Make You A Better Boss

      The Short, Online Course In Gratitude That Can Make You A Better Boss

      Every weekday, Cory Ludens starts his morning by writing out three "gratitudes"—each specific, and never repeated. Over the last four years, he has named roughly 400. "It’s just a part of my life," says Ludens, vice president of culture and events at Mattress Firm, a Texas-based retailer. "It helps me to create a mind-set that I’m going to approach whatever challenges I’m faced with that day in a positive way."

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    2. What Happened When I Moved My Company To A 5-Hour Workday

      What Happened When I Moved My Company To A 5-Hour Workday

      In every office, I've often felt, there are just a few people who do three times the work of everyone else, yet their reward is only marginally higher. As an entrepreneur, I've been managing my own productivity time—not on-the-clock-time—pretty effectively for over 15 years, and I've largely been able to work fewer hours than my friends in the corporate world.

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    3. What Happened When I Moved My Company To A 5-Hour Workday

      What Happened When I Moved My Company To A 5-Hour Workday

      In every office, I've often felt, there are just a few people who do three times the work of everyone else, yet their reward is only marginally higher. As an entrepreneur, I've been managing my own productivity time—not on-the-clock-time—pretty effectively for over 15 years, and I've largely been able to work fewer hours than my friends in the corporate world.

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    4. Here's What Happened When I Started Writing "Anti-To-Do Lists"

      Here's What Happened When I Started Writing "Anti-To-Do Lists"

      I live and die by my to-do list. Jotting down everything that needs to get done is often the very first thing I do when I sit down at my desk in the morning. It helps me to feel focused, organized, and like I have a decent plan of attack for my day. But despite the fact that my planner has the capability to make me feel like some sort of productivity prodigy, it also has a sneaky way of swooping in and making me feel downright unaccomplished.

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    5. You Can Design A Happier Office Culture. Here's How

      You Can Design A Happier Office Culture. Here's How

      In the 1960s and '70s, the psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi gave pagers to study subjects, ranging from motorcycle gang members to sheepherders. When the pagers buzzed, the participants' job was to record their happiness levels. These studies ushered in the modern era of happiness research (and gave birth to an idea you’ve probably heard about—the times when productive hours float by like minutes in "flow").

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    6. I Started Writing "Anti-To-Do Lists" & Here's What Happened

      I Started Writing "Anti-To-Do Lists" & Here's What Happened

      I live and die by my to-do list. Jotting down everything that needs to get done is often the very first thing I do when I sit down at my desk in the morning. It helps me to feel focused, organized, and like I have a decent plan of attack for my day. But despite the fact that my planner has the capability to make me feel like some sort of productivity prodigy, it also has a sneaky way of swooping in and making me feel downright unaccomplished.

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    7. Souring On Your Dream Job? Here's What To Do (In This Order)

      Souring On Your Dream Job? Here's What To Do (In This Order)

      You did everything right. You found the company you’ve always wanted to work for. The job was a perfect fit and you aced the interview. Finally, after a weeks-long hiring process and far too much waiting, an offer comes your way. You negotiate a great compensation package, take the gig, and start what you consider to basically be your dream job. Long story short, it isn't. For any number of reasons, the reality of your shitty position falls way short of your expectations.

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