Wellpath challenges you to be happier and in the process become more successful and productive in every area of your life. I know, that sounds too good to be true, but it's not.
As it turns out, a slew of psychologist study, research and practice an area called "Positive Psychology" which, for our purposes could be called the "study of being happy."
One revelation from this field is that our brain literally works better when we are happy (or have a positive attitude). We literally learn more, and measures of mental productivity improve over when we are sad, depressed, which is intuitive, but also our, brains work better than baseline, or "neutral" when we would say "we aren't happy or sad."
Maybe more importantly, these "positive psychologist" have identified activities and strategies to move our brains out of neutral into happiness - to foster happiness. The You At Positive Challenge incorporates 5 simple daily activities that are most often cited as a way to increase happiness and foster a positive attitude. In as little as 21 days, these activities have been shown in Dr. Achor's work, to improve performance in a variety of tasks, many occupational. We are glad you are giving it a try.
The Positivity Ratio, as mentioned in Coach Christine’s presentation: Positively Change Your Life is based on The Positivity Self Test, developed by Dr. Barbara Frederickson. By taking 2 minutes to complete the self-test, you receive a ratio, or score which is a “snapshot” of how your emotions of the past day combine to create your positivity ratio. When your ratio is 3:1 or higher, you are more likely to reep the benefits of having positivity in your life. Watch the video and take the self-test!
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More resources coming
The U@+ Challenge Webinar: Positively Change Your Life with WellPath Coach Christine Eley
Wednesday May 6th at 12:30pm. You do not have to be participating in the You@Positive Challenge to attend.
You Can Create Happiness: A webinar with WellPath Coach Christine Eley
Wednesday, May 13th at noon. Registration is open now. You do NOT have to be participating in the You@Positive Challenge to attend.