Challenging emotions are a natural response to the uncertainty we are facing as a society. Unfortunately, it’s also natural for us to resist these emotions.
A wonderful feature of our MESI practices is that they are all empirically testable by you. You’re the sole judge of their effectiveness.
Mindfulness is not only a necessary component of living a happier life, but it is also a skill we can learn and get better at through daily practice.
At WSU and UW, Cory Custer and Molly Norton taught classes about two topics—mindfulness and philanthropy—we consider essential to living a richer life.
In a commencement speech at WSU, Brighton Jones CEO Jon Jones explored research and insights into happiness, compassion, and emotional intelligence.
Brighton Jones is not your typical workplace—the energy is contagious and it is a breath of fresh air to work somewhere that values how you get things done as much as why.
Fueled by a growing body of evidence to support our belief that compassion drives happiness, we’re investing heavily to put compassion into action.