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  • Dan Woodward’s #WhentoJump: From Doctor to Scrum Master

    Welcome to a new series inspired by a story we found on Huffington Post about Helene Godin who quit her job as a high-end corporate lawyer in order to find the joy of baking (and making money from that joy.) This is part of a trend (and thus trending hashtag) called When to Ju...

    Tags: #WhentoJump, How to be happy at work, How To Become An Entrepreneur, Work Life Balance Tips, how to become an entreprneur, how to find a job you love, when to jump, whentojump, work life balance tips

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  • The most important work meeting? A High Level Meeting with yourself

    When asked about the secret to his success Albert Einstein was quoted as saying: “Although I have a regular work schedule, I take time to go for long walks on the beach so that I can listen to what is going on inside my head. If my work isn’t going well, I lie down in […]Origin...

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  • A purpose-driven life: What we can learn from the Waorani tribe

    A week ago I returned back from an adventure in the Ecuadorian rainforest. Myself and a friend spent five days learning from and living with the Waorani people: an indigenous tribe who have dwelled in the depths of the jungle for nearly a thousand years, only being discovered by the out...

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  • 4 TED talks on the power of a great conversation

    “How do I deal with an employee that is constantly late?” This question was posed at this month’s Management 3.0 Meetup in London. Jurgen, who was our guest speaker, said “Who cares?” because he shares the belief that people should be able to come in when they want. ...

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  • The Zone of Genius, Lists and the Art of Fixing Things

    We were shopping around for a mattress and came across the most intriguing marketing campaign I’ve maybe ever seen. A traditional bus stop ad led me to a pop-up “nap station” where I discovered a temporary, free coworking space in the center of London, with WiFi, free coffe...

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  • How to strive for positivity on social media

    The idea started during Ramadan last June. Just having moved to London, my husband and I were spending a month living in the predominantly Muslim neighborhood of Limehouse during the most unfortunate time of year for Ramadan to fall. Sun was rising at about 4:30am and setting around 10:00pm&...

    Tags: Happy Melly Experiments, Weekly Happiness Challenge, Work Life Balance Tips, effects of social media on society, how to be happy, positive impact of social media, social media impact

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  • What’s the word to describe ‘that feeling’?

    According to the most recent World Happiness Report, the U.K. has fallen two places to become the twenty-third happiest country in the world. Denmark meanwhile has retained the top spot for the third time in four years. I recently discovered a Danish word which I thought might explain this: Hygge...

    Tags: Work Life Balance Tips, contentedness, Gemütlichkeit, gezellig, happiest countries in the world, helen russell, How to be happy at work, hygge, Korean Billy, Oxford dictionary, roald dahl, Scrumdiddlyumptious, shakespeare, untranslatability, work life balance tips

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  • The art of giving and learning to give back

    “Money is not the only commodity that is fun to give. We can give time, we can give our expertise, we can give our love or simply give a smile. What does that cost? The point is, none of us can ever run out of something worthwhile to give.” ― Steve Goodier If you were […] Or...

    Tags: How To Motivate Employees, Motivational, Weekly Happiness Challenge, Work Life Balance Tips, charitable, day of giving, generous, give back, give generously, giving generously, giving world, global living, mindfulness

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  • How happiness at home is part of the new work life balance

    To start, let’s ask ourselves, what is work-life balance? Work-life balance refers to the growing cognizance that people require a fine balance between the needs of work and those of the rest of their lives. One of the difficulties of addressing work life balance problems is that there is n...

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  • Three TED talks on family that business can learn from

    The idea for this newest TED Talk list started, as ideas often do, from our community. One of our now over 400 members Durgesh has written about applying some Management 3.0 practices — Happiness Door and Personal Maps — at home with his young kids. Respectively, these practices ...

    Tags: Weekly Happiness Challenge, Work Life Balance Tips, daniel kish, dave isay, deb roy, storycorps, ted radio hour, ted talks on family, work life balance tips

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