The Psychology Of Happiness
Executive coach and happiness expert Stella Grizont explains exactly how happiness works, why it matters, and the steps a person can take to find it. Grizont was one of the first graduate students in the world to receive a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.
From speaking to consulting to coaching, Grizont designs immersive learning experiences for organizations like Google, Johnson & Johnson, and Columbia University. She has also coached more than 1,300 high performers in 17 countries, with a focus on working with executives to achieve greater impact, meaning, and satisfaction at work.
Don’t Worry, Be Happy
Positive psychology coach and speaker Stella Grizont discussed:
- The difference between positive psychology and traditional psychology.
- How and why she developed The Work Happiness Method™, and how it differs from the approaches of other life coaches.
- Why the U.S. rarely appears on lists of the world’s happiest nations, and how Americans can adjust their priorities to become happier people.
- PERMA, the five pillars that contribute to a sense of aliveness and flourishing, according to the theory of well being in applied positive psychology.
- How the human body responds physiologically to feelings like loneliness and love.
- The psychological effects of complaining, and how to do it properly.
- Questions you can ask yourself in order to identify the specific causes for the problems in your life, and how you can adjust your everyday habits to resolve them.
- The evolutionary fear of awkward moments and the importance of play.
Stella Grizont, Positive Psychology Expert