Resilience Exercise 8: Keep your promises

Nicola Maxwell
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Keeping promises is something we are taught to honour, and rightly so. When we break promises it weakens our faith, trust and belief in others. Here is the final exercise proven to contribute to happiness.

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Resilience Exercise 7: Reach out

Nicola Maxwell
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Researchers find that people with strong social connections have fewer stress-related health problems, lower risk of mental illness, and faster recovery from trauma or illness. Here is the seventh exercise proven to contribute to happiness.

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High on giving

Resilience Exercise 6: Get high on giving

Nicola Maxwell
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It is well documented that ‘giving’ makes you feel better than ‘receiving’. Here is the sixth exercise proven to contribute to happiness.

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Happy Talk

Resilience Exercise 5: Learn to happy talk

Nicola Maxwell
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Groundbreaking research has shown that the key to resilience and the ability to bounce back in teams at work can be traced directly to the level of positivity expressed between team members. Here is the fifth exercise proven to contribute to resilience happiness.

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Never keep up with the Kardashians

Resilience Exercise 4: Don’t keep up with the Kardashians!

Nicola Maxwell
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Psychologists Barbara Fredrickson, Martin Seligman and Sonia Lyubomirsky are at the forefront of happiness research and their work has produced insights that can make us all significantly happier. Here is the fourth exercise proven to contribute to happiness.

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Monkey Brain

Resilience Exercise 3: Tame your monkey mind

Nicola Maxwell
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Mindfulness is simply experiencing the present moment, without trying to change anything. Here is the third exercise proven to contribute to happiness.

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