Happiness: Page 10
It doesn't matter how big or small your acts of generosity are, they result in a warm glow in parts of your brain.
New research looks at which country's business owners are most satisfied.
Studies tell us that people tend to rely more on emotions and less on logic when it comes to making purchase decisions.
Remember the famous Clint Eastwood line? Why not turn it around?
The employees who will grow your company are the ones who see a future for themselves.
Appreciating what we have and building on it is work. Feeling sorry for ourselves and staying stuck is no effort at all.
There ways to keep your contractors happy without paying them more so they continue to produce quality work.
You find your true calling by explore opportunities for happiness and growth.
When our brains go negative that can eat away at our productivity, creativity and decision-making skills.
Making money doing what you value and using what you earn to live a bigger life are what entrepreneurship is all about.
We generally don't buy things because we think it's useful or because we are blown away by its remarkable features.
Why staying at a job you don't love because you're earning great money might not be the best move.
Healthy cuisine? A massage after a day of meetings? Allergen-free bedding? What can you do to reduce your employees' travel stress?