Tag Archive: meaning

Real Happiness at Work

Interview With Sharon Salzberg About Her
New Book, Real Happiness at Work

Dr L: As you know, the title of your book is Real Happiness at Work. Some might object to the title and say that happiness is not possible, and perhaps not even desirable, in the workplace. What do you think about this position? Sharon: I don’t define happiness simply as pleasure or having fun, but as something much more than that. I think happiness is deeply related to resilience, an inner sense of wholeness that prevents us from feeling depleted or overcome by difficult circumstances. Happiness is born of our ability to tap into our inner sources of strength while also connecting to a bigger picture of life.

Flourish by Martin Seligman

Flourishing. That's where it's at. Brian Johnson takes a quick look at Martin Seligman's latest book on the science of well-being, Flourish. Martin Seligman is the godfather of the positive psychology movement and in his new book, he describes the science of well-being.