Depression at Work

(Can't see the video? Then click here and try watching it at Work Happy Now) Depression costs billions of dollars in lost revenue each year. We need to get at the root of why people are depressed and figure out how we can help them become happier at work. It's why I created the Happy at Work Project (It's a free ...

My Work Happiness Journey

While my work happiness journey will never end, I understand this and I’m ok with it. I realize that I’m just beginning to have fun with work, networking, and everything that goes along with a career. I began my journey over 12 years ago, but I won’t bore you with all that detail. I’ll take you straight to the important ...

What is Your Perfect Work Schedule?

I asked my Twitter followers, “I love working 10-12 hour days with long breaks (30min - 1 hr) every couple of hours. What are your perfect working hours?” Two of my favorite responses were… AndRam @workhappynow i work 10 to 2 pm. take a long lunch break and then back around 4 or 5 till 8 or 9...1:16 PM May ...

Motivated By Mistakes

(Trouble viewing the video? Then click here and try watching it at Work Happy Now) How can you use mistakes to motivate you? That's what this video explores. I used to mentally beat myself up after every mistake. I was killing my own confidence. I needed to learn how to use mistakes as a way to give myself energy instead ...

An Itch You Can't Scratch

(Click here to view video at Work Happy Now) We all have itches we can't scratch. The question is...How do you deal with it? This video post discusses how to deal with your itch and figure out a way to indirectly scratch it, so you feel satisfied and ready to scratch that itch when the time is right.

How to Build Confidence at Work

What you do and how you do your work matters. If it didn't, you wouldn't care whether your job was done well. Since you care (most of you do), you probably try so hard sometimes that it can wreck your confidence if things don't go the way you plan them. It's up to each individual person to understand their strengths ...