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How to be Happy at Work: Tips from International Week of Happiness at Work

How to be Happy at Work: Tips from International Week of Happiness at Work

For many of us, work can be stressful and exhausting, especially when our jobs aren’t aligned with our values or interests. To be happy and successful at work, you need to find a job that fits your skills and interests and enables you to achieve your long-term career goals. If you haven’t done this already, don’t worry! Fortunately, if you start now and take action over the next several months, you can have an ideal job by the end of this year. Here are some steps to get started on your dream job today!

It is easy for the daily grind to wear you down and make you feel like a hamster on a wheel. The following tips can help you find happiness in your workday.
1) Go out of your way to make someone smile. There is no better feeling than seeing someone’s face light up when they are surprised by your kindness. 2) Listen more than you talk.

Get Outside
Start by getting outside. A walk in the park or just sitting on a bench can help clear your head and make you feel more grounded. If you have any extra time, go for a jog or find a class that interests you. Or just sit out on the balcony and enjoy the weather while reading a book!

Have Fun
Take a walk outside, this will allow you to take a break and enjoy nature. Find some friends whom you can socialize with. Take time for yourself by doing something you love like reading or watching television. Finally, take care of your physical health by getting enough sleep and eating healthy foods.

Don’t Compare Yourself To Others
We are all unique individuals with different backgrounds and personalities. What may make one person happy, may not make the next person happy. There is no one size fits all approach to happiness. You will have the way that makes you feel good.
In this blog post, we are going to cover three ways that we can try to feel happier in our day-to-day lives while also at work. In this blog post, we will cover three ways that we can try to feel happier in our day-to-day lives while also at work.

Eat Lunch Outside
One way I try and maintain a happy work environment is by taking my lunch outside. Getting out of the office for a bit during the day helps give me a fresh perspective and keeps me energized so I can make it through my day. For those who don’t have access to an outdoor space, finding another person or group to eat with can still provide that same benefit.
Start your morning off right with coffee or tea: When I wake up in the morning, one of the first things I do is drink some coffee or tea while reading articles from around the web related to what’s going on in my industry, and then checking out other people’s blogs.

Dance Break
Work is tough. It’s one thing when life throws you a curveball, but when your job is the one that does it, there’s nowhere for you to go for a little R&R. So how do we make work less stressful? Let’s take a look at some of the tips from the International Week of Happiness at Work:
-Take some time off. Get outside and do something active, or even just sit by a window and watch the trees.

Give Back to Community
As a company, we are proud to participate in the International Week of Happiness at work. By giving back, we can show our employees and customers that we care about more than just the bottom line. We as leaders in the business world need to use our power and influence for good. If you’re interested in joining our team of volunteers this week, please send me an email. In addition to making someone else happy, volunteering has been shown to reduce stress levels among those involved by decreasing physical symptoms like headaches and chest pains.

Learn A New Skill
One way to feel happier at work is to learn a new skill. You may not think this will make you happy, but if you are working on a project that requires a skill you don’t have, it can be very frustrating when you realize that you’re missing the right tools. If you get some training or read up on how to do what you need to do, your happiness will increase and your productivity will rise as well. It’s always worth spending time learning how to do something new!

Meditate – In The Moment And Before Bedtime
Meditation can help you find peace and calm amid a busy day. Start by taking a few deep breaths, then close your eyes and focus on your breathing. Focus on the inhale, hold that breath for a moment, then let it out slowly with an exhale. The more you practice this technique, the easier it will become to meditate. You can even do it before bedtime as a way to end your day by allowing yourself time to reflect and decompress before falling asleep.

Mindful Communication in the Office
This week, I’m reminded of how important it is to communicate mindfully. Every time we speak, we are either building or destroying our relationships. The more mindful we are when communicating with people, the more fulfilled and happy we will feel – not just in our jobs but also in our personal lives. With this in mind, let’s take a look at some tips for cultivating mindful communication with one another. – First, pause before speaking; give yourself a chance to think about what you’re going to say.
– Second- check in with yourself before speaking; do you need to say what you’re thinking? What purpose will it serve? If no purpose comes up, rethink your words before saying them out loud.
– Thirdly, be intentional with your words; put thought into them and make sure they have meaning behind them that aligns with your intentions.

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