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a little bit on the science on happiness

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shawn achor is a harvard scholar who has devoted a lot of time to studying chiefly why people are happy or unhappy. in this decisive ted talk (ted talks are great because they are obligatorily brief, concise, free and publicly available), he quickly shares his findings. happily, he chooses humor to connect with the audience and the viewer, a very agile setup and very little accessory elements such as charts or slides. it turns out that as many religions, philosophical traditions and wise people have said before, happiness is not a function of who you are or are not, what you have or have not, what you achieve or achieve not, or your standing in the world. it seems to be a lot more like all the other great human achievements, it is a discipline, a mindset and a lifestyle you build. and there is modern psychological research now to back up those claims.

everyone knows rich and prosperous people who are very content, but also equally moneyed and successful individuals who are not happy. the same for poor or disadvantaged people, some are bitter and resentful, but others in identical circumstances are happy and delightful. a happy mind is a mind that focuses inevitably on the positive, on greatness everywhere, on finding possibility everywhere and on gratefulness. human experience, as ericsson, schwartz, bandler, mckenna and others who have studied effective people and great achievers, always gets more of what it focuses on, and also gets better at what it does most of. so, happiness, positivity, energy, vitality, optimism, an upbeat spirit for those who have them are the result of conscious or unconscious training and repetition.

and that’s where achor closes at, with some practical, easy exercises, anyone can get better at having a happier, more optimistic life. as always, do and focus more on what you want more of, and keep working at it, results will eventually come and in this case, so will a happier existence.

enjoy.

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Change facilitating products by Paul Mckenna

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As has been referred in Mind transformations, Paul Mckenna is an English change facilitator with notable results.

He has stopped working individually with regular clients for some time now, but he does have some massively distributed products that can be a great first foray into change work and mentality.

There are a plethora of books he has authored, like Change your life in 7 days. And it is his record sets that can easily be the most beneficial, though. A lot of research and references go into his products, authors and bibliography are mentioned, so on the subjects you find most interesting and intriguing you can take it from there and find as much information as you wish. The concepts, ideas, evidence and insights into how we work as persons, and how does our mentality determine our results will make huge differences for most people because of their novelty and power. Its hypnopedic method will also have a huge impact on you and your outlook on life, just give it a try. – Positivity – and – Success for life – are products that encompass all of his concepts and are thus highly commendable. Others like – Deep relaxation – and – Sleep like a log – are more specific but worth checking out.

Hypnopedia works as follow, for 21-30 consecutive days, before you go to sleep just start play of the track of interest at an almost inaudible level, go to sleep as normal and that’s all. Your subconscious does everything from there.

Positivity.

Change your life in 7 days.

These and other related materials can be easily found in online stores and is physical stores around the world. Benefit from them and enjoy.

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Video Carlos Kasuga Osaka Conferencia FUNGLODE República Dominicana 2010

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Carlos Kasuga Osaka, mexicano de ascendencia japonesa, emprendedor, empresario, fundador y director de Yakult.

En sus conferencias, Kasuga suele repetir muchas de las historias y enseñanzas de su niñez y crianza. La repetición, la simplicidad y el poder aplicar estos materiales en cualquier situación es precisamente lo que les otorga enorme poder. Tener un pequeño grupo de principios y aplicarlo siempre es mucho mejor que buscar tener ideas y tácticas distintas para cada situación.

En esta conferencia, impartida en la República Dominicana, nos comparte su conocimiento de la cultura japonesa y su aplicación en Iberoamérica. Como coinciden muchos expertos en el tema, la clave para los resultados que logramos es qué valores y cosas priorizamos sobre qué otras.  Casi 100 minutos en el vídeo, pero la calidad lo vale.

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Video Carlos Kasuga Osaka Conferencia Semana PyME 2009

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Carlos Kasuga Osaka, mexicano de ascendencia japonesa, emprendedor, empresario, fundador y director de Yakult.

En sus conferencias, Kasuga suele repetir muchas de las historias y enseñanzas de su niñez y crianza. La repetición, la simplicidad y poder aplicar estos materiales en cualquier situación es precisamente lo que les otorga enorme poder. Tener un pequeño grupo de principios y aplicarlo siempre es mucho mejor que buscar tener ideas y tácticas distintas para cada situación.

En esta conferencia, con mini, micro y pequeños empresarios, nos comparte su concepción de la cultura laboral japonesa. Menciona y profundiza sobre El Bien Ser, El Bien Hacer, El Bien Estar y el Bien Tener. Como coinciden muchos expertos en el tema, la clave es qué valores y cosas priorizamos sobre qué otras. La duración de las 4 secciones es de 40 minutos aproximadamente.

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Video Carlos Kasuga Osaka Conferencia Semana PyME 2011

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Carlos Kasuga Osaka, mexicano de ascendencia japonesa, emprendedor, empresario, fundador y director de Yakult.

En sus conferencias, Kasuga suele repetir muchas de las historias y enseñanzas de su niñez y crianza. La repetición, la simplicidad y poder aplicar estos materiales en cualquier situación es precisamente lo que les otorga enorme poder. Tener un pequeño grupo de principios y aplicarlo siempre es mucho mejor que buscar tener ideas y tácticas distintas para cada situación.

En esta conferencia, con mini, micro y pequeños empresarios, nos comparte su concepción de la cultura laboral japonesa. Como coinciden muchos expertos en el tema, la clave es qué valores y cosas priorizamos sobre qué otras. Fondo sobre forma, relaciones laborales ganar – ganar de largo plazo sobre relaciones asimétricas y de conveniencia, etc.  Más de 90 minutos en las 4 secciones, pero el estilo ligero y fresco, además del orden en la exposición hacen muy breve el video.

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