Your Set Point of Happiness and How you Can Change It
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The concept of happiness has been studied more in recent years than ever before in history. One of the most striking findings is that most people have a pretty consistent happy baseline—or a set point—and that no matter what happens to them, whether positive or negative, it only affects that baseline for a short period of time. To put it in different words: if you’re a 6 on a happiness scale from 1-10, an incredibly happy event (winning the lottery, getting the job of your dr
Are You Sabotaging Yourself Because You Feel Like an Impostor?
Every Harry Potter fan knows who Emma Watson is. She’s the talented girl who portrayed Hermione Granger, the actress who grew up before our eyes into a beautiful young woman with a blossoming career. Who would think that a budding young star like this would have anything to feel insecure about? But as Emma Watson herself says, she feels like an impostor. “It’s almost like the better I do, the more my feeling of inadequacy actually increases, because I’m just going: ‘Any momen
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