Success follows happiness. Not the other way around. As you learn to be happier, others will seek you out. It’s simple: Get happier and the opportunities follow.
Why? People LIKE to be around upbeat, positive, happy, optimistic people. So happy people tend to have more friends. More friends means more access to knowledge. Ultimately, it means that happier people are there when opportunities arise and are in a position to choose whether or not to grab the opportunity.
Dr. John Schinnerer, a UC Berkeley-trained expert in peak performance , expert consultant to the Academy Award-winning movie Inside Out, and award-winning author will share the latest tools from the science of positive psychology. Learn how to turn up the volume on positive emotion, moods and attitudes to reach your highest levels of success and happiness.
- Has been termed ‘the science of happiness’.
- Studies human success rather than human failure or weaknesses.
- Focuses attention on positive experiences such as happiness and well-being; strengths and virtues.
- Has a strong intellectual base and intellectual credibility. Its leaders are serious intellectuals and scholars.
- Realizes it is not easy to be positive. In fact it is easier to be negative, than positive, as the brain is naturally inclined to think negatively.
Negative emotion has the ability to overpower positive emotion. This is why we must train our minds to manage negative emotions while turning up the volume on positive emotions.
Positive emotions, moods and attitudes seem to be the single most important active ingredient in the recipe for human flourishing.
Find out how to make your life more successful, happy and peaceful with Dr. John Schinnerer.
What do you get in this video series?
You get a video series that is over 8 hours of scientifically proven material and exercises that you can use to revolutionize your life in simple, manageable daily steps.
These videos provide detailed explanations of why and HOW you can begin to implement the necessary steps in your life to cultivate more positive emotions thereby increasing your success and happiness.
The video series covers the main areas of positive psychology:
1. Positive emotions – happiness, contentment, relaxation, curiosity, awe, interest, love, passion, elevation, pride, and joy
2. Engagement – getting in the zone at work and in play
3. Relationships – tools to make the best out of your relationships (and what to look for in new relationships)
4. Meaning – how to uncover meaning in your life and exercises to create more meaning
5. Accomplishment – the need for positive actions and pursuit of mastery
What’s more, each video will include at least two exercises to turn up the volume on a positive emotions, cultivate strengths, get more engaged in life or improve your relationships.
We human beings do a lot of irrational things. Then we struggle to make sense of them. And we beat ourselves up over our mistakes. Most of this is fueled by the emotional part of your mind. These teachings help you make sense out of things that don’t make sense – emotional acts.
And each and every exercise has been vetted by Dr. John Schinnerer personally and proven to be successful in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
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