Who doesn't want to be happier? That's why I've written about what happy people do more often, some of the habits of remarkably happy people, things to stop doing so you can be happier at work, simple daily habits of exceptionally happy people... yep, I'm into the happiness thing.
So I was delighted when Kevan Lee of Buffer pulled together research on unexpected and even counter-intuitive ways to be happy. (Buffer lets you schedule, automate, and analyze social-media updates.)
Here's Kevan: We love happiness at Buffer. We've renamed customer support customer happiness. Happiness is baked into our culture and values and the DNA of every person who works on the team. If there's a smile to be had or a positive outlook to take, we'll do our best to find it.
So I wondered: Are there unexpected ways to be happy? And I pulled together research about the many unexpected and counter-intuitive ways to find happiness: Continue reading.
Originally posted on Inc.com.
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