10 Reasons to Embrace Positive Parenting

Positive parenting is an alternative to the punitive, authoritarian approach we are more acquainted with. Positive parenting is a change of mind set from punishing bad behaviors to actively and creatively modeling and teaching your children about positive behaviors (Positive Parents,
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Motivation and Well being: Flow and Finding Success

When it comes to motivation, literature still lacks a general concept. Despite the fact that many theories have been typed and tested over the years, we are still unsure what determines what we want. Meanwhile, research in the field of Positive Psychology has come closer to understand
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Meliorism: What is the Intention of your Intervention?

Meliorism is a derivative of Latin word ‘melior’ meaning better, plus ‘ism’ which is a noun suffix indicating a doctrine or belief. Merriam Webster dictionary defines Meliorism as: “the belief that the world tends to improve, and that humans can aid its betterment” perhaps by improvin
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Well-Being by Design: Creativity and Positive Psychology

It doesn’t take long to find a link between Positive Psychology and creativity, and research into the link between well being and creativity is constantly growing.  A quick look at the VIA framework reveals creativity to be one of its 24 signature strengths. More specifically, creativ
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Using a Memory Palace: How To Remember Positive Psychology Terms

If your memory of positive psychology terminology increased by 50-60 percent or more over the next three months, the impact would be enormous! And let’s face it, as a professional, there is little reason not to know new concepts and their corresponding terminology. Learning the lingo
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Problem Solving: Making the Choice to Flourish

In our attempts to survive the day-to-day challenges of life and work, we often discuss how to solve problems. Looking for, discovering, and then trying to solve various problems is a big part of our culture. Just listening to the daily news offers an assortment of problem solving act
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Keys to Success: Our Most Recent PPP Toolkit Update is here!

It is our pleasure to notify you that our most recent Positive Psychology Practitioner’s Toolkit Update is up and ready! In this most recent edition we bring you a range of fantastic new tools which we hope will provide you with as much purpose and assistance as our current tool
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Decision Making, Goal Setting and Perfectionism

Decision making can be just plain hard, and when we expect ourselves to be perfect we make it even more difficult to set realistic goals.  “A nice way we can look at decision making is seeing it as a banquet. We have a large table in front of us with all the options and related costs
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Learn your Fear: 7 Lessons for Practicing Confidence

  It’s often suggested that diving into your fear — feeling your heart in your throat and carrying on anyway — is the right move to step out of your comfort zone. My experience however has suggested otherwise; sometimes, jumping right into your fear isn’t that beneficial. It can,
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Self Determination Theory (SDT): The Many Faces of Motivation

Have you ever wondered what it takes to be engaged in a task? Or what drives one individual to perform tasks with enthusiasm while another hates the same task but for some reason still pursues it? These are examples of questions which have been around for decades and have cued our sea
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