Your professional life takes up far too much of your time for you to resent your job. These articles will tell you how to increase your happiness at work:
The Easy Secret To Becoming More Positive At Work
“Do you want to know the true secret to obtaining happiness and full potential at life and work?
In this inspiring TED talk, psychologist Shawn Achor reminds us that we’re constantly trying to reach success in a world where we are are lead to believe that if we work harder, we’ll be more successful.
‘You got good grades, now you have to get better grades, you got into a good school and after you get into a better one, you got a good job, now you have to get a better job, you hit your sales target, we’re going to change it,’ is something we can all relate to.
We’re all constantly striving, which could be actually holding us back. If happiness is on the opposite side of success, your brain never gets there.”
3 Keys To Finding More Happiness At Work
“In our world today, we are overwhelmed with promises to quit our jobs and chase our dreams. We are told that we deserve to be happy and that if we buy enough things that it will eventually happen. We are told to work for the weekend and plan that next vacation. But why can’t we be happy with the life we have right now?
We live in a culture that prizes leisure over labor and longs for a ‘four-hour work week.’ Sadly, like many things in our culture, this promise is an illusion. The truth is you don’t have to hate your job. Work can become a source of fulfillment for you if you choose to see it that way.
For my recent book The Art of Work, I interviewed hundreds of people who had discovered their purpose in life. And as I spoke with these people who had found their callings I learned several lessons. Here are three of them.”
5 Secrets Of Women Who Love Their Jobs
“Your friend Michelle has been working at the same law firm for four years, but she’s as perky and psyched to be there as the day she first walked in. What gives? Here, five secrets of women who really (really) love their jobs.”