Roxana Hannah

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11 Action Steps Increasing Workplace Well-Being Through Positive Psychology

11 Action Steps Increasing Workplace Well-Being Through Positive Psychology

Positivity.

Happiness, inspiration, gratitude, joy; all fall under the umbrella of POSITIVITY.

Our brains are literally hardwired to perform at their best not when they are negative or even neutral, but when they are positive.

Many shelve the effort it takes work on mindset, to develop their innate ability to train their brain for peak performance. Their focus on money-making strategies keeps their nose to the grindstone while somewhere in the back of their mind they wonder why they still aren’t fulfilled, why their stress regularly gets the best of them and why they can’t seem to make it no matter how many more hours they’re putting into their day.

People with fixed mindset miss choice opportunities for improvement and consistently underperform, while those with a “growth mindset” watch their abilities move ever upward.

Conversely the most successful people realize the benefits of mindset development and deliberately create long-lasting habits of success. While money making strategies are important those focused on nurturing mindset development understand the first step to creating wealth comes from an internal, energized foundation which upholds personal momentum during good times and bad.

Mindset training / teaches our brains how to perceive reality and how those perceptions predispose our behavior.~+~Is positivity just “feel-good” quotes and encouraging words? Not in the least. No matter how much we love this guy => 🙂  and the simple concept of “put on a happy face” we must understand the core meaning and reason behind WHY humans have an innate need to feel happy. Pasting an external and positive attitude will only façade ones world and cause more internal damage.
“Achieving genuine happiness may require bringing about a transformation in your outlook, your way of thinking, and this is not a simple matter.” The 14th Dalai
Lama

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11 Positive Action Steps for Increasing Workplace Well-Being

Many shelve the effort it takes to work on mindset, to develop their innate ability to train their brain for peak positive performance.

The focus on money-making strategies keeps one’s nose to the ground while somewhere in the back of their mind they wonder why they still aren’t fulfilled, why their stress regularly gets the best of them and why they can’t seem to make it, no matter how many extra hours they put into their day.

The most successful people realize the benefits of mindset development and deliberately create long-lasting habits of success. While money making strategies are important those focused on nurturing mindset development understand the first step to creating wealth comes from an internal, energized foundation which upholds personal momentum during good times and bad.

Achieving genuine happiness may require bringing about a transformation in your outlook, your way of thinking, and this is not a simple matter.

The 14th Dalai Lama

Factors of negativity set in without warning…“life happens” as the saying goes. When we practice positivity we literally train our brain to absorb life’s trying instances instead of succumbing to it.

With negativity our minds close, our muscles tighten, our cardio vascular system suffers and our creativity and energy dwindle.

When we train our minds towards the positive we have resources – a back up staple to lean on during the hard times as a conscious reminder of our greater purpose and during the good times as an internal beacon to shine out to maintain our flow and affect others.

Studies show that simply believing we can bring about positive change in our lives increases motivation and job performance; success, in essence, becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.

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Values Proceed Happiness

Happiness is that state of consciousness which proceeds from the achievement of one’s values.  ~ Ayn Rand

My older sister was an avid follower of Ayn Rand when we were in high school. Looking up to her opinion I picked up my first Ayn Rand book, Atlas Shrugged, in 11th grade. Little did I know then how the story’s heroine, Dagny Taggart, was to alter my life forever.

Dagny was strong, independent, successful, beautiful, and powerful. Traits that, for me, locked an image into my head of an ideal way of being. Reading about her created the first levels of conflict within myself. Imagining who I was and who I wanted to be became questions I struggled to understand.

Senior year in high school I met with my counselor to discuss this. I remember him telling me one of Dagny’s greatest attributes was her commitment to hard work and not giving in.

Today when I read the quote by Ayn Rand I understand the importance of identifying our values as a compass to guide us through life…guide us while we are committed to our work and guide us while we face challenges.

Learning to identify our values is a fundamental breakthrough. It helps us move forward with more strength and clarity.  Have you ever sat down and spent any amount of time genuinely working on identifying and writing down your values?

Let’s do this together:

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