Focused on that forty percent.
Positive psychology has revealed that while 50% of our happiness is due to genetics and 10% to life circumstances — such as our age, occupation, and marital status — 40% of it is comprised of intentional behavior, thoughts, and actions.
0.4 is about the 40%: the stuff that you can control and implement into your life.
Janjira Sun radiates good vibes, realness, and a dash of sass — she's someone you want to be pals with but also don't want to cross. She runs the lifestyle & fashion page "Frequently Sunny" & is currently is a copywriter for Spart.
account coordinator at BEN
Lauren Berger is an Account Coordinator at Branded Entertainment Network: a global entertainment marketing company. One of the funniest people I've ever met, Berger shares exclusive deets on her worst date (ever!), her current mantra (baby!), and how she's gone from FOMO to Coach Potato (coach, not couch!)
cognitive change & moving mountains
Yenny Hsieh shares photos from her past trip to Death Valley. Research has shown that experiencing a mountain setting for the first time triggers a great deal of cognitive effort, emotion and activation. During this time where we're staying indoors, Yenny contemplates on her evolving relationship with photography, travel and what it means to be in awe.
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Healthcare entrepreneur, Sarah Morford, is fearless and inspiring. She shares her thoughts on the swiping sensation that is modern dating, how to get what you want, and what helped shape her perspective on life.
How much does your physical space affect your headspace? A lot, according to recent studies — especially if you live in a city.
Sometimes it helps to get out of your head and see someone else's perspective on life. Know someone inspirational you think should be featured? Email us.
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