That’s it, weeks of work culminated in the release of the new web site design.
Check www.Authentic-Happiness.com and tell us what you think: How do you like the new slider?
How engaging is the new design? Anything else you would like to see?
How do we Measurably Thrive in 5 Core Areas of our Life outside of more money and more power?
What has not changed are the fundamental, evidence-based principles behind www.Authentic-Happiness.com: i.e. our mission to provide free tools, content and questionnaire desgined to help us shape our life.
Grounded on essential concepts from Maslow to Positive Psychology, our approach is to become aware and measurably develop our “life skills” to thrive in 5 core areas:
1. Our Health & Wellness: Life is fun, make it last.
How active is our lifestyle? How many thousand steps do you typically walk everyday?
What is our BMI? Do we eat sufficient fruits and vegetables? About how long do you typically sleep?
2. Positive Emotions & Gratitude: Emotions are beautiful, embrace them everyday
In a typical week, how many times do you spend meditating or relaxing?
How often do you shout or sulk at somebody? How many entries do you write in your personal journal?
3. Your Productivity and Expertise: your Talent is a gift, make use of it, become an expert
How well do you complete your weekly to-do lists? In a typical day, how many hours do you experience “flow”?How sufficient is your income to cover basic life expenses? How many remarkable achievements are you proud of?
4. Your Social Life & Discovery of the world around you: Life is an adventure, go out discover the world
How many new places have you visited over last year?
How many people are very close to you? With how many people do you interact during a typical day?
5. Thrive: this is your life, live your dream now
For how many years ahead is your life vision very clear? How many hours do you spend doing what you are passionate about?
How many people have you have you helped achieve a better life? How much do you donate or raise for good causes?
Many self-reflective questions to ask ourselves at 6am in the morning, as a new day is rising and we enjoy our morning coffee…
Have a meaningful week,