The Happiness Track



A Leading Expert On Health Psychology, Well Being, And Resilience Argues That Happiness Is The Key To Fast Tracking Our Professional And Personal Success.Everyone Wants To Be Happy And Successful And Yet The Pursuit Of Both Has Never Been Elusive As Work And Personal Demands Rise, We Try To Keep Up By Juggling Everything Better, Moving Faster, And Doing While We Might Succeed In The Short Term, It Comes At A Cost To Our Well Being, Relationships, And, Paradoxically, Our Productivity In The Happiness Track, Emma Seppala, The Science Director Of The Center For Compassion And Altruism Research And Education At Stanford University And Director Of The Yale College Emotional Intelligence Project, Explains That Our Inability To Achieve Sustainable Fulfillment Is Tied To Common But Outdated Notions About Success We Are Taught That Getting Ahead Means Doing Everything That S Thrown At Us And Then Some With Razor Sharp Focus And Iron Discipline That Success Depends On Our Drive And Talents And That Achievement Cannot Happen Without Stress.The Happiness Track Demolishes These Counter Productive Theories Drawing On The Latest Findings From The Fields Of Cognitive Psychology And Neuroscience Research On Happiness, Resilience, Willpower, Compassion, Positive Stress, Creativity, Mindfulness Seppala Shows That Finding Happiness And Fulfillment May, In Fact, Be The Most Productive Thing We Can Do To Thrive Professionally Filled With Practical Advice On How To Apply These Scientific Findings To Our Daily Lives, The Happiness Track Is A Life Changing Guide To Fast Tracking Our Success And Creating The Anxiety Free Life We Want.The Happiness Track

EMMA SEPP L is Science Director of the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University and a leading expert on health psychology, well being, and resilience Her research has been featured in the New York Times, ABC News, Forbes, the Boston Globe, U.S News World Report, the Huffington Post, INC, and Fast Company.She is founder of the popular online magazine EMMA SEPP L is Science Director of the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University and a leading expert on health psychology, well being, and resilience Her research has been featured in the New York Times, ABC News, Forbes, the Boston Globe, U.S News World Report, the Huffington Post, INC, and Fast Company.She is founder of the popular online magazine Fulfillment Daily and a frequent contributor to Psychology Today, Harvard Business Review, and the Huffington Post Her writing has also appeared in the Washington Post, Scientific American Mind, and Spirituality Health Sepp l consults for Fortune 500 leaders on building positive organizations A sought after speaker, she has addressed academic, corporate, and governmental institutions, including Google, the National Science Foundation, and the World Bank Dedicated to applying the science of happiness to people s lives, she taught happiness and service classes to hundreds of students, for which she was awarded Stanford University s Lyons Award for service Touched by the selfless dedication of veterans and the profound trauma so many bring back from war, she conducted groundbreaking research on mind body practices for combat veterans This research was highlighted in the documentary film Free the Mind She holds an undergraduate degree in comparative literature from Yale University, a master s degree in East Asian languages and cultures from Columbia University, and a PhD in psychology from Stanford University Originally from Paris, France, she is a native speaker of French, English, and German She also speaks Spanish and Mandarin Chinese

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  • Hardcover
  • 224 pages
  • The Happiness Track
  • Emma Seppälä
  • 10 September 2018
  • 0062344005

10 thoughts on “The Happiness Track

  1. says:

    Lately, I ve been on a happiness books binge That s to say, I ve been reading a whole number of books on the topic of happiness Call it a personal fascination, a subtle midlife crisis, or whatever, but I ve been fascinated by what research says we need to do or think to become happier The Happiness Track fits into this category, though it s a little different That s because this book isn t aimed at showing you how to become happier in itself, but at showing you how increased happiness will Lately, I ve...

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    The following is a list of lies we like to tell ourselves in the hope that we ll becomesuccessful Never stop accomplishing Always look out for number one Power through Play to your strengths Always be thinking about what comes next Excitement and high intensity positive emotions are a sign that we or our colleagues are successful.Seppala has spent years deconstructing these myths and others during her research to find out what fosters happiness, and why so many of us seem to be inc...

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    About the book The Happiness Track outlines the simple steps you can take to become happier andsuccessful Referencing the latest scientific research, these blinks debunk common myths about how to be successful and set out a concrete plan for you to reduce stress in your life.About the author Emma Sepp l is the science director of the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University At the forefront of happiness research, she regularly publishes in the H About the book The Happiness Track outlines the simple steps you can take to become happier andsuccessful Referencing the latest scientific research, these blinks debunk common myths about how to be successful and set out a concrete plan for you to reduce stress in your life.About the author Emma Sepp l is the science director of the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University At the forefront of happiness research, she regularly publishes in the Harvard Business Review and Psychology Today The Happiness Track is her ...

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    The Happiness Track written by Emma Seppala is nicely written book full of life wisdom, an interesting self help title about happiness that can be recommended for reading in couple of sittings and then every so often come back.The book is divided into several chapters each full with numerous helpful advices how to feel better in your life, how to make changes in order to make your lifeoptimistic andpositive Also Emma Seppala did not forget to discuss six common myths of success, t...

  5. says:

    There is a problem with popular psychology which can be summed up in why explain something simple in 5 pages, when you can take 50 to do it in acomplicated way This book is a classic culprit Supposedly it is an attempt to look at what makes people happy or sad, and how they can adopt lifestyle and attitude changes to maximise happiness, backed by solid statistics It fails however to convince anyone of anything with its poor and very selective set of data, and makes five very simple po There is a problem with popular p...

  6. says:

    Garbage Zero stars Tonnes and tonnes of filler I stopped reading it when she first cited Beaumeister s research to support her claims, and then 2 pages later cited Carol Dweck s research, also to support her the author s claim But Dweck s research contradicts Beaumeister s research And did I mention the filler An entire chapter, an entire chapter , to tell us to slow down and focus on one thing at a time Another chapter to tell us of the therapeutic effect of focused breathing Do not Garbage Zero stars Tonnes and tonnes of filler I stopped reading it when she first cited Beaumeister s research to support her claims, and then 2 pages late...

  7. says:

    Far be it from me to criticize a book about happiness, however, I found the book a little dry, a little too scientific The key points are to be compassionate, be grateful and kind.

  8. says:

    To readof my reviews, go to The Happiness Track, Emma Seppala, a Ph.D from Stanford notes that in today s society, we strive for happiness and success, but often find both unattainable We learn that in order to be happy, we need to be successful.We grow up believing that we need to find a passion at a young age, focus solely on this passion, and work ourselves to the bone so that we can become masters in this field We tell ourselves that the stress, anxie To readof my reviews, go to The Happiness Track, Emma Seppala, a Ph.D from Stanford notes that in t...

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    I usually don t read self help sort of books but this one was different I could identify with a lot of the situations mentioned in the book and am sure many of you will too Her basic messages to us are echoes of ancient wisdom look inward , reflect, be calm from the inside, and listen But what makes these tenetsapproachable is that she gives simple ways to achieve them She places us firmly in our technology filled, frenetic environment and tells us how to cope with it I think I I usually don t read self help sort of books but this one was different I could identify with a lot of the situations mentioned in the book and am sure many of you will too Her basic messages to us are echoes of ancient wisdom look inward , reflect, be calm from the inside, and listen But what makes these tenetsapproachable is that she gives simple ways to achieve them She places us firmly in our technology filled, frenetic environment and tells us how to cope with it I think I can practice at least a couple of ...

  10. says:

    2 40 Just finished and tremendously enjoyed The Happiness Track by Dr Emma Seppala Written compassionately, easy to read, very useful and on point, the book addresses some of today s biggest problems such as loneliness, anxiety, burn out and gives a clear, scientifically backed solutions Having worked with Emma through the Stanford Center for Compassion, I know she lives by every word She is a beautiful person, and this is a beautiful book Let it be your first summer read Eve 2 40 Just finished and tremendously enjoyed The Happiness Track by Dr Emma Seppala Written compassionately, easy to read, very useful and on point, the book addresses some of today s biggest problems such as loneliness, anxiety, burn out and gives a clear, scientifically backed solutions Having worked with Emma through the Stanford Center for Compassion, I know she lives by every word She is a beautiful person, and this is a beau...

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