Want to Be Happier? They work. If you can't trust science, what can you trust? By Jeff HadenContributing editor, Inc. While I'm definitely into finding ways to improve personal productivity whether a one-day burst of output, or a lifetime of increased effectiveness, or things you should not do every dayprobably the best way to be more productive is to just be happier. Happy people accomplish more.
Although we sometimes think of happiness at the same time as a thing that happens to us — something we have no be in charge of over. It's easy to link the idea of happiness with the circumstance we're in. We might tell ourselves, If only things were different, after that I'd be happy. So where does most of our happiness come from? Born Happy? Part of happiness depends on personality. Some people have a naturally happy nature.
Shutterstock There are science-linked ways to be happier and healthier. And they're not so hard to do. Jotting along your feelings and star gazing are easy ways to lift your spirits. Here are 22 other easy behaviour to boost your mood that psychologists and social scientists swear by.