I often wish I could follow the advice in Bobby McFerrin’s hit song, Don’t Worry, Be Happy. These days, I find it particularly challenging.
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It’s important for you to be aware of the latest research on happiness, which is useful in your own life. Who doesn’t want to live a long time and be happy?
There’s broad agreement curiosity is a valued trait. Yet, many advisors don’t exhibit it. This lack of curiosity is, in my experience, the primary reason why those advisors are not reaching their potential.
The combination of seeking new experiences and staying “in the present” is very effective in slowing down our perception that time is passing us by.
We tend to think of curiosity as a personality trait. Actually, it’s a powerful emotion, located in the part of the brain known as the amygdala.
Few subjects are more personal than religion and the role it plays in our lives. At my digital marketing firm, clients sometimes express a desire to make their religion a focal point of their website.