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A 23-Minute Morning Ritual That Will Transform Your Whole Day

When I learned of Harvard-trained happiness researcher Shawn Achor’s recommendations for training your brain to be more positive, I admit, I did a little eye-roll. I mean, watching your breath go in and out for two minutes a day?

I’ll get to that shortly (which is part of your morning ritual).

But who am I to argue with the New York Times best-selling author of The Happiness Advantage?

Achor says this about how our brains work:

If you can raise somebody’s level of positivity in the present, then their brain experiences what we now call a happiness advantage. Your brain at positive performs significantly better than at negative, neutral, or stressed. Your intelligence rises, your creativity rises, your energy levels rise.

That also means, according to Achor, that a more positive brain gives you a competitive advantage at work. He says the brain at this state can increase your productivity by 31 percent.

OK, now we’re on to something.

What if you could set your whole day to this “happiness advantage” with a simple routine that any busy professional could do in as little as 23 minutes every morning? Here’s how — the scientific way. Carpe diem!


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By | 2017-12-12T19:33:19+00:00 December 27th, 2016|Daily Productivity|

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