Wadsworth likens sex to income in that happiness can rise or fall depending on how a person believes he, or she, measures against their peers
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New research tells us what we already kind of knew about money and happiness, but may have chosen not to believe: More money will make you happier. It doesn’t matter if you are very rich, very poor or somewhere in between, advances in income are always met with increases in life satisfaction, according to an April report conducted by University of Michigan professors Justin...
(23 days ago)
March 20 was chosen by the United Nations, in June of 2012, not long after the first World Happiness Report was released, to be International Day of Happiness. How best can we celebrate the first one? Why not see what you can do to create some happiness, ideally in ways that might just be catching? I have three ideas, although each of you is likely to have better ones. My...
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I am taking a wonderful class through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute called 'The Art of Happiness - A Handbook for Living By His Holiness, the Dalai Lama and Howard C. Cutler, MD.'
(27 days ago)
What is happiness and how do you achieve it? While the true key to happiness has yet to be discovered, certain practices and mindsets can -- at least subjectively -- work. We wanted some guidance: So, we asked 13 experts -- authors and thought leaders in the field of happiness -- for their one best piece of advice for anyone on the pursuit of happiness. Read through their...
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According to Tige Young, Founder and CEO ofTui Tai Expeditions, entrepreneurs should de-emphasize ROI and focus on a more accurate measure of wealth, Return On Life.
(15 days ago)
Brian Farmer spent his career in local law enforcement and ended it with the highest tribute: the love and respect of fellow officers.
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Many people believe that they can only feel happiness when everything is going well in their lives. We tend to need a reason or situation to be happy. But, what if we changed our thought process about happiness and made...
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Filed under: Family Money, Global Economy, SpendingAlamy Another salvo in the ongoing debate over whether money buys happiness: New research out of the Brookings Institution claims there is no ceiling above which additional wealth stops contributing to people's sense of well-being. The authors are Betsey Stevenson and Justin Wolfers, economists at the University of Michigan,...
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“We’re literally a few weeks away from getting back to earnings season and I think that will certainly bring with it the potential to move into new highs,” Eric Wiegand, senior fund manager at U.S. Bank Wealth Management
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