Would you agree that everything that we do, in some way, we do it because we think it will bring us happiness? But in today’s world it is a challenge to be happy. Yet, everyone and everything is affected by the state we are in, the way we feel. When we feel good we are more loving and caring toward others.
Regarding this, Kindergarten teachers carry a big responsibility, since children are like a sponges, absorbing just about everything.
Research at the University of Warwick has also estimated that workplace happiness increases productivity up to 12%. Happy workers are a guarantee for more productivity, more innovation, and less conflict (Oswald, Proto, & Sgroi, 2015).
Dr. Srikumar Rao the author of a book Happiness at Work says: “We all strive for happiness, but we spend most of our lives learning to be unhappy.” He teaches how to break free of the “I would be happy if …” mental model and embrace happiness.
Are you ready to bring more happiness in to your life? Watch dr. Rao’s famous TED talk and get happy and resilient – no matter what!
Does your mind sings at the thought of being who you are and doing what you do?
Do you come radiantly alive as you move through the day and feel like falling to your knees in involuntary gratitude at the tremendous good fortune that has been bestowed on you?
If your life is not like that, I would humbly suggest that you are wasting it.
And life is too precious and too short to be wasted.
Such a life is possible, and it is possible for you.
Read more about dr. Srikumar Rao.
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