Positive Psychology News Digest | No. 16/2017

My favorite news and blog articles covering Positive Psychology and adjacent Topics from (roughly) the last seven days.

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Quartz: The world’s largest assessment of teenage students suggests happiness is crucial to learning by Jenny Anderson

Greater Good Science Center: Confessions of a Bad Meditator by Christine Carter

Quartz: Silicon Valley executives are hiring philosophers to teach them to question everything by Michael Coren

Psychology Today: Are You the Pursuer or the Distancer in Your Relationship? by Lisa Firestone

Washington Post: Introverts tend to be better CEOs — and other surprising traits of top-performing executives by Jena McGregor

Huffington Post: You Don’t Need Good Grades To Get An A+ In Resilience by Bowman Nixon

Psychology Today: Why Speaking Less is the Secret to Powerful Communication by Emma Seppälä

Psychology Today: 7 Must-Read Books to Change Your Life This Summer by Emma Seppälä

Quartz: Our need to feel special is making us lonely by Emma Seppälä & Peter Sims

Quartz: What is the evolutionary purpose of happiness? by Oliver Staley

BBC: Prince William says keeping a stiff upper lip can damage health, no author

Positive Psychology News Digest | No. 12/2017

My favorite news and blog articles covering Positive Psychology and adjacent Topics from (roughly) the last seven days.

New York Times: Not Leadership Material? Good. The World Needs Followers by Susan Cain

City AM: International Day of Happiness: 10 things to do to ensure you live a happy life by Nina Edy

NPR: Nonacademic Skills Are Key To Success. But What Should We Call Them? by Anya Kamenetz

Wall Street Journal: Medical School Seeks to Make Training More Compassionate by Lucette Lagnado

New York Magazine: Seeking Emotional Moderation in an Age of Extremes by Cindy Lamothe

NPR: Is Happiness A Universal Human Right? by Tania Lombrozo

Greater Good Science Center: Five Ways Feeling Good Can Be Bad for You by Kira Newman

Heleo: To Find Your Passion, Take the Saturday Morning Test by Neil Pasricha

New York Magazine: Use This Technique to Make Bad Memories Feel More Meaningful by Cari Romm

Psychology Today: Are Resilient People Delusional? by Nick Tasler

Washington Post: The World Happiness Report is out and the U.S. has fallen. Sad! by Amy Wang

Positive Psychology News Digest | October – December 2016

mappalicious_news_oct_dec_17My favorite pieces covering Positive Psychology and adjacent from the last three months.

New York Magazine: Success Depends on Your Personality More Than IQ by Drake Baer

New York Magazine: The 4 ‘Spaces’ Cities Need to Make People Happier by Drake Baer

New York Magazine: What Good Is Hope? by Drake Baer

Positive Prescription: Looking for Purpose? Ask Yourself These 5 Questions by Samantha Boardman

Huffington Post: Helping others is the key to longevity, study finds by Carolyn Gregoire

Greater Good Science Center: What Will the Theme of Your Life Be in 2017? by Kira Newman

New York Magazine: To Feel More Productive, Take a Break to Do Something Selfless by Cari Romm

New York Magazine: In 2017, Pursue Meaning Instead of Happiness by Esfahani Smith & Jennifer Aaker

Psychology Today: Applying Psychological Science to Meet Your Goals by Erlanger Turner

CNN: How to become more optimistic, no author

Bakadesuyo: Stoicism Reveals 4 Rituals That Will Make You Mentally Strong by Eric Barker

Guardian: Why time management is ruining our lives by Oliver Burkeman

Scientific American: One Skeptical Scientist’s Mindfulness Journey by Scott Barry Kaufman

New York Times: What the West Can Learn From Japan About the Cultural Value of Work by John Lanchester

Psychology Today: Why Wellbeing Is Harder Than It Looks by Michelle McQuaid (Interview with Peggy Kern)

Gallup: The Damage Inflicted by Poor Managers by Marco Nink & Jennifer Robison

Big Think: Compassion Is Weaved Throughout Our Nervous System, Researchers Have Found by Philip Perry

Fast Company: Try This Exercise In Radical Empathy To Minimize Conflict by Elisabeth Segran

CCARE: A Compassionate Resolution for this Season by Monica Worline & Jane Dutton

New York Magazine: Why Danes Think They’re Always The Happiest Country by Drake Baer

The Week: 4 ways to bring more meaning into your life by Eric Barker

Guardian: Are you too old to find success? by Oliver Burkeman

Atlantic: Praise is a consolation prize (about Carol Dweck’s work in growth mindset) by Christine Gross-Loh

Atlantic: Awesomeness Is Everything by Matthew Hutson

Guardian: Happiness depends on health and friends, not money, says new study by Phillip Inman

Washington Post: Leaders are more powerful when they’re humble, new research shows by Ashley Merryman

Psychology Today: Want Your Work to Flourish? Link Strengths and Goals by Ryan Niemiec

New York Magazine: To Be More Productive, First Figure Out Your Productivity Style by Cari Romm

Science Daily: People’s energy in the workplace is key to staff retention, no author

Greater Good Science Center: Is Your Empathy Determined by Your Genes? by Summer Allen

Psychology Today: The Happy Brain by Mark Banschick

Wall Street Journal: The perils of empathy by Paul Bloom

New York Times: How to Choose Happiness by Marie Kondo

Redlands Daily Facts: President Obama — our positive psychologist-in-chief: Guest commentary by Sonja Lyubomirsky

Gallup: What Strengths Tell Us About Men and Women by Jane Miller and Amy Adkins

Creativity Post: 3 Foolproof Ways to Prevent Work Burnout, Backed by Science by Emma Seppälä

Greater Good Science Center: Would the World Be Better Off without Empathy? by Jill Suttie

USA Today: Key to money happiness may be in how you spend it by Russ Wiles

Positive.News: Why now is the time for serious optimism by Seán Dagan Wood

Atlantic: Self-Control Is Just Empathy With Your Future Self by Ed Yong

Heleo: Beyond Grit: The Science of Creativity, Purpose, and Motivation (feat. Angela Duckworth & Adam Grant), no author

New York Magazine: It’s Possible to Train Yourself to Be More Optimistic by Drake Baer

Bakadesuyo: 4 Easy Tricks That Will Make You Productive by Eric Barker

APA: Motivate Employees By Supporting Their Autonomy by Christopher Budnick

Psychology Today: Thinking Errors in Depression by Neil Burton

Greater Good Science Center: How to Only Do Things You Actually Want to Do by Christine Carter

Psychology Today: How to Remain Optimistic Through Change by Susanna Halonen

Quartz: Can money buy happiness? by Catherine Jansson-Boyd

Psychology Today: Is Positive Psychology Proven? (Interview with my Capstone advisor Margaret “Peggy” Kern) by Michelle McQuaid

Harvard Business Review: How to Bring Mindfulness to Your Company’s Leadership by Megan Reitz & Michael Chaskalson

New York Magazine: To Be Happier, Do One Creative Thing Every Day by Cari Romm

Greater Good Science Center: Why Is It So Hard to Make Positive Changes? by Jill Suttie

Guardian: Reasons to be cheerful: how putting other people first will make you happy by Dan Ariely

New York Magazine: The Chinese Word for Anger Shows the Best Way to Get Mad by Drake Baer

Guardian: Why rewards can backfire by Oliver Burkeman

Science for Work: Trust: does it impact team performance… or not? by Wendy Hirsch

Psychology Today: Can We Simplify Wellbeing? (Interview with Aaron Jarden) by Michelle McQuaid

Psychology Today: The Impostor Syndrome and How To Handle It by Adam Molinsky

World Economic Forum: Do you trust your boss? Your answer may depend on where you live by Joe Myers

Wall Street Journal: Civility at Work Helps Everyone Get Ahead by Christine Porath

World Economic Forum: 10 companies that are great at empathy by Stéphanie Thomson

New York Times: Actually, Let’s Not Be in the Moment by Ruth Whippman

New York Magazine: Yes, Quitting Facebook May Make You Happier by Drake Baer

Psychology Today: Can You Be Vulnerable at Work? by Megan Dalla-Camina

Center for Positive Organizations: For a better workplace, make first moments matter feat. Jane Dutton

Harvard Business Review: If You Can’t Empathize with Your Employees, You’d Better Learn To by Annie McKee

Guardian: The pursuit of happiness: could a ‘happy city index’ end Bristol’s blues? by Arit Niranjan

The Positive Organization: Repairing Relationships at Work by Robert Quinn

New York Times: How Exercise Might Keep Depression at Bay by Gretchen Reynolds

Greater Good Science Center: How the Growth Mindset Can Increase Cooperation by Alex Shashkevich

Psychology Today: 7 Ways to Be Awe-Inspired in Everyday Life by Andy Tix

Psychology Today: Neuroscience Research Shows How Mood Impacts Perception by Susan Krauss Whitbourne

New York Magazine: How to (Kind of) Master Your Neuroticism by Drake Baer

New York Magazine: People Really Are Happier When the Sun Is Out Longer by Drake Baer

Psychology Today: Positive Thinking? Overrated by Samantha Boardman

Entrepreneur: 11 Habits of Truly Happy People by Travis Bradberry

New York Magazine: Power Reveals Who You Really Are by Melissa Dahl

Creativity Post: LinkedIn + Positive Psychology: Applying Science To The Way We Work by Stephanie Harrison

Huffington Post: Can You Create Positive Changes From The Bottom Up? (Interview with Chris White) by Michelle McQuaid

Greater Good Science Center: Five Science-Backed Strategies to Build Resilience by Kira Newman

Psychology Today: Positive Emotions and Wellbeing by Marianna Pogosyan

New York Times: The end of Relaxation by Sadie Stein

Huffington Post UK: Have More Conversations That Matter by Mark Williamson

APA.org: Growth after Trauma by Lorna Collier

Guardian: The placebo effect: is there something in it after all? Steve Connor

New York Magazine: Empathy Is Nice, But It’s Not Exactly Necessary by Melissa Dahl

New York Times: Behind Our Anxiety, the Fear of Being Unneeded by The Dalai Lama & Arthur Brooks

New York Post: Are Mormons the happiest people in America? by Mackenzie Dawson

New York Times: Nudges That Help Struggling Students Succeed by David Kirp

Vox: The myth of self-control by Brian Resnick

Psychology Today: How to Have a Positive Powerful Presence by Marcia Reynolds

Psychology Today: Why Don’t We Trust Each Other More? by Nan Russell

Psychology Today: Emotions and Rationality in Leadership by Eyal Winter

New York Magazine: 3 Ways to Get Over ‘Status Quo Bias’ at Work by Drake Baer

Forbes: The Psychology Of Professional Purpose: How To Follow Your Calling by Caroline Beaton

Psychology Today: The Happiness Myth: Why the pursuit of Happiness will make you miserable by Atalanta Beaumont

Atlantic: How to Build a Happier Brain by Julie Beck

Guardian: Want to ‘train your brain’? Forget apps, learn a musical Instrument by Mo Costandi

New York Magazine: By the Way, You Don’t Have to Stop Power Posing by Melissa Dahl

Psychology Today: 3 Fascinating Discoveries About Laughter by Todd Kashdan

Quartz: Scientists explain how happiness makes us less creative by Ephrat Livni

Quartz: Google’s former happiness guru developed a three-second brain exercise for finding joy by Lila MacLellan

The Positive Organization: The Choice to be Transformational by Robert Quinn

New York Magazine: Want to Make Better Decisions? Try ‘Temptation Bundling’ by Jesse Singal

Pursuit (University of Melbourne): Positive Psychology much more than Happyology by Katerine Smith (Interview with my MAPP Capstone advisor Peggy Kern)

Quartz: The Japanese practice of ‘forest bathing’ is scientifically proven to improve your health by Ephrat Livni

Quartz: Positive psychology is rooted in the radical idea that you are not a problem to fix by Tim Lomas

Guardian: Our children are paying a high price for society’s vision of success by Tim Lott

Forbes: Five Behaviors Of People Who Are Happy At Work by Rebecca Newton

GQ: The World’s Happiest Man Wishes You Wouldn’t Call Him That by Michael Paterniti

Psychology Today: The Secret to Achieving Your Dreams No One Tells You About by Emma Seppälä

Mindful.org: How to Free Yourself from Your Personal Stories by Bob Stahl & Steve Flowers

Greater Good Science Center: People Who Trust Technology Are Happier by Deborah Yip

Heleo: Nir Eyal and Monica Worline on Why Cultivating Compassion is Crucial for Success in Business, no author

Science Daily: In the workplace, incivility begets incivility, new study shows, no author

BBC: School league tables ‘should show well-being’ by Sean Coughlin

New York Magazine: A Little Loneliness Can Be a Very Good Thing by Melissa Dahl

Psychology Today: Stoic Truths for a Digital World by John Sean Doyle

The Conversation: Can money buy you happiness? It’s complicated by Cathrine Jansson-Boyd

Inc: The Negative People in your Life are literally Killing you by Jessica Stillman

New York Times: The Art of Making (and Not Making) Plans by Verena von Pfetten

Fast Company: Science-Backed Ways To Build Confidence When You Feel Like You’re Out Of Your League by Stephanie Vozza

Huffington Post: In Defense of Doers by Chris White

Scientific American: Depressed? Do What You Love by Daisy Yuhas

Yahoo Finance: 99 Percent of Employees With High Well-Being and Organizational Support Say Their Employer Is a Good Place to Work, no author

New York Magazine: A Smart Sense of Humor Helps People Survive Being Alive by Drake Baer

Bakadesuyo: This Is How To Unlock Meaning In Life: 4 Proven Secrets by Eric Barker

Greater Good Science Center: How to Teach Happiness at School by Ilona Boniwell

New York Times: Teaching Your Child Emotional Agility KJ Dell’Antonia

Harvard Business Reciew: How Microsoft Uses a Growth Mindset to Develop Leaders by Carol Dweck & Kathleen Hogan

Forbes: How To Train These Six Senses Of Happiness by Jessica Hagy

Psychology Today: The Subtle but Very Real Human Costs of Reorganizations by Victor Lipman

Psychology Today: The Science of Accomplishing Your Goals by Ralph Ryback

Psychology Today: The Top 3 Insights of Highly Innovative Leaders by Emma Seppälä

Creativity Post: You Can’t Clone Talent and Wisdom by Steve Tobak

Psychology Today: How Leaders Can Bring Calm to Chaotic Organizations by Ray Williams

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Positive Psychology News Digest on Mappalicious | No. 50/2016

My favorite pieces covering Positive Psychology and adjacent from (roughly) the last seven days.

New York Magazine: Why Danes Think They’re Always The Happiest Country by Drake Baer

The Week: 4 ways to bring more meaning into your life by Eric Barker

Guardian: Are you too old to find success? by Oliver Burkeman

Atlantic: Praise is a consolation prize (about Carol Dweck’s work in growth mindset) by Christine Gross-Loh

Atlantic: Awesomeness Is Everything by Matthew Hutson

Guardian: Happiness depends on health and friends, not money, says new study by Phillip Inman

Washington Post: Leaders are more powerful when they’re humble, new research shows by Ashley Merryman

Psychology Today: Want Your Work to Flourish? Link Strengths and Goals by Ryan Niemiec

New York Magazine: To Be More Productive, First Figure Out Your Productivity Style by Cari Romm

Science Daily: People’s energy in the workplace is key to staff retention, no author

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Positive Psychology News Digest | July-September 2016 (+ 130 Articles)

Time: 4 Rituals That Will Make You Happy, According to Neuroscience by Eric Barker

Positive Prescription: Session with Angela Duckworth by Samantha Boardman

Vice: America’s Search for Happiness Is Driving Us Crazy by Peter Moskowitz

Atlantic: Awe Isn’t Necessarily Good for You by Michelle Nijhuis

Washington Post: A Harvard psychologist explains why forcing positive thinking won’t make you happy by Neda Semnani

New York Magazine: ’Power Posing’ Co-author: ‘I Do Not Believe That ‘Power Pose’ Effects Are Real’ by Jesse Singal

New York Magazine: Here is Amy Cuddy’s Response to Critiques of Her Power-Posing Research by Jesse Singal & Melissa Dahl

Phys.org: Game theory research reveals fragility of common resources by Emil Venere

Economist: Against happiness, no author

Heleo: Adam Grant and Barry Schwartz on Incentives, Motivation, and Chance, no author

NPR: Here’s How Schools Can Support Students’ Mental Health by Meg Anderson

Harvard Business Review: Why Leadership Training Fails—and What to Do About It by Michael Beer, Magnus Finnström & Derek Schrader

Psychology Today: Strengths at Work by Dan Collinson

Guardian: Do our brains have extraordinary untapped powers? by Mo Costandi

NPR: Are We Reaching The End Of The Trend For Longer, Healthier Lives? by Richard Harris

Guardian: Why being a fake is bad for you by Stephen Joseph

Good News Network: Positive Psychology Students Learn by Giving Free Hugs on Campus by McKinley Korbley

New York Times: Want to Find Fulfillment at Last? Think Like a Designer by Steven Kurutz

Huffington Post: For Business Schools, Being Good is No Longer Good Enough by Dan LeClair

Psychology Today: What Does It Take to Be Happy? by David Ludden

Strategy+Business: How Well Do You Know the Story of You? by Eric McNulty

Fulfillment Daily: Why you shouldn’t set goals for success by Ray Williams

Harvard Business Review: The More You Energize Your Coworkers, the Better Everyone Performs by Wayne Baker

Fast Company: 7 Science-Backed Steps To Take Before Quitting A Job That’s Burning You Out by Rachel Grumman Bender

Wall Street Journal: The More Cash People Have, the Happier They Are by Andrew Blackman

ERE Media: The Business Benefits Of Happy Employees by Karlyn Borysenko

Wall Street Journal: Get Your Children Good and Dirty by Brett Finlay & Marie-Claire Arrieta

New York Times: The Difference Between Rationality and Intelligence by David Hambrick & Alexander Burgoyne

Greater Good Science Center: Who Is Attracted to Inspiring Media? by Sophie Janicke

New York Times: Can You Have a Good Life if You Don’t Have a Good Job? by Michael Lind

Guardian: Could bad buildings damage your mental health? by Emily Reynolds

New York Times: Can Teenage Defiance Be Manipulated for Good? by Amanda Ripley

Fast Company: 7 Surprising Facts About Creativity, According To Science by John Paul Titlow

Huffington Post: Three ways to work better together by Chris White

Heleo: Mastering the Art of Pre-suasion with Robert Cialdini, no author

CNN: Fall in love with a job you don’t even like, in three steps by David Allan

New York Magazine: You Can Write Your Way Out of an Emotional Funk. Here’s How by Susan David

Wall Sreet Journal: Design Your Way to a Happier Life by Dave Evans & Bill Burnett

New York Times: Researchers Confront an Epidemic of Loneliness by Katie Hafner

BPS Research Digest: It’s possible to learn to be more optimistic by Christian Jarrett

Harvard Business Review: Don’t Let Power Corrupt You by Dacher Keltner

Psychology Today: Using Gratitude to Change Your Happiness Set Point by Laura Markham

The National: Can social media reveal happiness? by Christopher Pike

The Positive Organization: Purpose and Appreciation by Robert Quinn

New York Magazine: You Should Visualize Positive and Negative Outcomes More by Jesse Singal

Quartz: One Swedish town is conducting a giant social experiment to make its workers happier by Cassie Werber

Stanford GSB: Which Will Get You Further: Fitting In or Standing Out? by Eleine Zimmerman

New York Times: Making Modern Toughness by David Brooks

New York Magazine: How to Motivate Your Employees: Give Them Compliments and Pizza by Melissa Dahl

Slate: Sad Face: Another classic finding in psychology—that you can smile your way to happiness—just blew up by Daniel Engber

Washington Post: Life got better for pretty much everyone under Obama by Christopher Ingraham

Psychology Today: Is Positive Psychology Burning You Out by Michelle McQuaid

New York Times: Do You Believe in God, or Is That a Software Glitch? by Kate Murphy

Guardian: Hunting for hygge, a new ingredient in Denmark’s recipe for happiness by Richard Orange

Guardian: If you want to practise mindfulness, the garden is the place to be by Tom Smart

Psychology Today: How to Spot Authenticity by Stephen Joseph

ABC Australia: Gut health, mental wellbeing and immunity linked to outdoor play by Layla Tucak

Fast Company: What Happened When I Pretended To Be Outgoing For A Week by Stephanie Vozza

New York Times: Growing Older, Getting Happier by Nicholas Bakalar

Wall Street Journal: Why You Need Negative Feelings by Elizabeth Bernstein

Washington Post: Your Instagram feed can tell us if you’re depressed, study suggest by Ariana Eunjung Cha

New York Magazine: You’re Not Supposed to Be Happy All the Time by Melissa Dahl

New York Magazine: This Study Got People to Make Huge Life Decisions by Flipping a Coin by Flipping a Coin by Melissa Dahl

Psychology Today: Crazy Busy? What Would You Pay for an Hour of Calm? by Paula Davis-Laack

Greater Good Science Center: The Power of Forgiveness at Work by Brooke Deterline

Telegraph: Say hello to hygge: The Danish secret to happiness by Maria Lally

Inc: These 5 Powerful Daily Habits Will Make You a More Positive Person by Jessica Stillman

Fast Company: The Surprising Scientific Link Between Happiness And Decision Making by Laura Vanderkam

Economist: Believing is seeing: New technologies will make society richer by cultivating trust, no author

NPR: Which Countries Are Best At Converting National Wealth Into Well-Being? by Nurith Aizenman

Forbes: 5 Strategies To Close The Confidence Gap by Paula Davis-Laack

Psychology Today: A Simple Exercise to Boost Optimism (And Improve Health) by Utpal Dholakia

Stanford Medicine: Well now: What humans need to flourish by Jennie Dusheck

Consequence of Sound: Going to concerts regularly leads to a happier life, according to a new study by Alex Galbraith

BBC: There’s no such thing as flexible work by Georgina Kenyon

New York Times: Hesitant to Make That Big Life Change? Permission Granted by Carl Richards

New York Mag: The Best Time to Do Stuff You Hate Is When You’re at Your Happiest by Cari Romm

New York Mag: To Be Happier at Work, Get a Hobby by Cari Romm

Forbes: Forget Positive Thinking: This Is How To Actually Change Negative Thoughts For Success by Melody Wilding

The Conversation: Negative reports of positive psychology show ignorance isn’t bliss by Adam Barsky & Michael Zyphur

Atlantic: Story of My Life: How Narrative Creates Personality by Julie Beck

Quartz: Psychology has identified three mindsets shared by people who actually follow through on their goals by Amanda Crowell

Wired UK: Not enjoying your job? Let the spark of passion come first by Angela Duckworth

Psychology Today: 10 discoveries about well-being that everyone must know by Todd Kashdan

Guardian: The Danish Way of Parenting review – how to raise the world’s happiest Kids by Alice O´Keeffe

Washington Post: Clinton is more optimistic than Trump. But optimism doesn’t predict winners anymore by Martin Seligman

Fulfillment Daily: Get an Edge on Your Work & Happiness with Self-Compassion by Emma Seppälä

Wall Street Journal: What do teens need most from parents for intellectual, social and emotional development? by Sue Shellenbarger

Time: Why the American Dream Is Making You Unhappy by Ruth Whippman

Huffington Post: How to motivate people? Don’t do it yourself by Chris White

New York Magazine: ‘Take a Deep Breath’ Is Advice That Works Physiologically and Psychologically by Drake Baer

Psychology Today: The Neuroprotective Powers of Exercise Should Motivate You by Christopher Bergland

Harvard Business Review: Can You Really Power an Organization with Love? by Duncan Coombe

Psychology Today: The Playful Life by Bernard De Koven

Forbes: The Joy Of Work: Menlo Innovations by Steve Denning

Psychology Today: 4 Reasons Why an Optimistic Outlook Is Good for Your Health by Utpal Dholakia

Guardian: The Happiness Industry by William Davies review – why capitalism has turned us into narcissists by Terry Eagleton

Greater Good Science Center: Is Artistic Inspiration Contagious? by Scott Barry Kaufman

Atlantic: Would you be happier with a different personality? by Scott Barry Kaufman

Fast Company: 4 Ways To Bounce Back When You’re Treated Unfairly At Work by David Mayer

Finnish News: Perceptions of Finnish Sisu – in California by Göte Nyman

New York Magazine: Why Declaring ‘I’m an Introvert!’ Limits Your Life by Drake Baer

Time: The fun way to easily improve your life, backed by research by Eric Barker

Forbes: 10 Troubling Habits Of Chronically Unhappy People by Travis Bradberry

New York Times: The Structure of Gratitude by David Brooks

Atlantic: How to change your personality by Scott Barry Kaufman

New Yorker: What Makes People Feel Upbeat at Work by Maria Konnikova

Business Insider: The same trait that can make you popular in middle school also helps you succeed at work by Shana Lebowitz

Tech Insider: Science says happier people have these 9 things in common by Kevin Loria

Psychology Today: What Happens When Hope Is Lost? by Michelle McQuaid

Washington Post: The downside of being happy by Ana Swanson

Psychology Today: How Stress Makes Us Healthier and Happier by Nick Tasler

Huffington Post: Lessons learned about positive psychology and positive education by Susie Wolbe

Scientific American: Kindness Contagion by Jamil Zaki

New York Times: The Incalculable Value of Finding a Job You Love by Robert Frank

Psychology Today: Why Limit Yourself? by Seth Gillihan

Heleo: Of the Two Kinds of Happiness, This One Will Help You Be More Resilient by Mandy Godwin

Independent: Altruism has more of an evolutionary advantage than selfishness, mathematicians say by Ian Johnston

Aeon: Don’t think too positive by Gabriele Oettingen & Pam Weintraub

Fast Company: This Is The Most Likely Reason Why You Feel Successful But Still Aren’t Happy by Neil Pasricha

The Positive Organization: An Elusive Leadership Skill by Robert Quinn

Weekly Times Now: Mindfulness is becoming more of a priority in Schools by Camille Smith

International Business Times: Reading books and watching films makes you kinder in real life by Léa Surugue

Greater Good Science Center: Why Your Office Needs More Nature by Jill Suttie

Atlantic: Can this app make me happier? by Julie Beck

Positive Psychology News Daily: Are There Items on Today’s To-Do List that Bring You Joy? by Kathryn Britton

Esquire: 6 Surprising Things Science Says Will Make You Happy by Olivia Ovenden

Telegraph: Should happiness be part of the school curriculum? by Olivia Parker

Huffington Post: Can Your Building Make You Healthier? by Dan Probst

The Positive Organization: Denial and Reality by Robert Quinn

ABC: Connecting the dots between happiness and a sense of meaning by Sophie Scott

USA Today: Educators see gold in Pokémon Go by Greg Toppo

Time: Practice doesn’t make perfect, actually by Zachary Hambrick & Fredrik Ullén

Heleo: Scott Barry Kaufman and Sarah Lewis on the Art and Science of Creativity, no author

Wall Street Journal: Why good storytellers are happier in life and in love by Elizabeth Bernstein

Psychology Today: The Perils of Pursuing Pleasure by Michael Bishop

Guardian: How to stay happy when the sky is falling in by Oliver Burkeman

CityLab: The Price of Happiness in Cities by Richard Florida

Atlantic: 7 Ways to Find Meaning at Work by Uri Friedman

Harvard Business Review: Everyone Suffers from Imposter Syndrome — Here’s How to Handle it by Andy Molinsky

Psychology Today: Why Is There Hardly Any Purpose, Trust or Joy at Work? by Dan Pontefract

Fast Company: Scientific Proof That Buying Things Can Actually Lead To Happiness (Sometimes) by Dinsa Sachan

New York Mag: Can Attachment Theory Explain All Our Relationships? by Bethany Saltman

New Yorker: A Better Kind of Happiness by Will Storr

CNBC: A psychologist says this is the formula for success by Marguerite Ward

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