In our third annual Find Your Happy calendar, the words of Nobel laureates reflect powerful insights into humanity and our relationships with each other.
As an organization, we have volunteered 6,000 hours in 2018 and donated $300,000 to 93 organizations in which our employees and clients are involved.
Living a life of meaning creates a profound sense of fulfillment which increases our happiness and supports us during times of struggle.
We encourage you to make compassion a verb and donate to the Red Cross or another organization near and dear to your family.
Gratitude is a way of thinking, not just a feeling. We tend to believe that gratitude is the result of being happy, when, in fact, the opposite is true.
When we do something for the benefit of others without expecting anything in return, the reward systems in our brain activate and we experience happiness.
Resilience is the ability to bounce back from difficult experiences, and it helps us adapt and grow after encountering stress or adversity in our lives.
Our brains are far more plastic than we had assumed, adapting in response to new experiences throughout our entire lives to a degree we had never thought possible.
With 1% for Compassion, we will be formally allocating 1 percent of our annual revenues for compassion-building in the form of philanthropy, social impact, and community investment.
Developing familiarization with our inner sense of self across all dimensions, emotionally, psychologically, and bodily, is essential for a sense of wellbeing.