This is an interesting article explaining why people who were born between late 1970s and mid 1990s are unhappy.
It comes down to this simple equation: Happiness = Reality – Expectations
Why Generation Y Yuppies Are Unhappy – Wait But Why
I am interviewing Paul Taylor who’s the managing consultant at DevelopingEdge.com, Paul designs and delivers leadership development programs and he has a Masters in law and an MBA.
One of Paul’s favorite quotes: “There’s nothing about leadership that can’t be learned” ~ Peter Drucker
To get in touch with Paul you could visit:
The website: www.developingedge.com
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/developedge
Twitter account: https://twitter.com/ptdevedge
LinkedIn profile: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/developingedge
A different type of episode this time, I am not interviewing a guest, rather I am answering the question: How to increase your level of happiness.
Video of a simple exercise doable at home: click here to go to Instagram
Tips that you could benefit from if you’re not happy at work Unhappy at work?
One of my favorite books is Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, to listen to it as an audiobook, register on Audible and get 2 free audiobooks:
Preserve your privacy for more happiness:
- Privacy reduces the amount of gossip circulating about you as there will be less information available for gossipers to build on
- Privacy helps maintain your relationships with your social entourage, the less they know about your private information, the better the relationship becomes