B is for Brené Brown: Wholeheartedness

Brené Brown is a researcher who reached a wide audience with her famous TED talk on vulnerability.

Since then she has written about concepts such as wholeheartedness. In the video above she gives an Read more

C is for Channelling Your Champ Rather Than Your Chimp

Positive people often aim to channel their inner champ, rather than their inner chimp. What does this mean?

During the last decade Steve Peters has helped many athletes to manage their chimp. Read more

M is for Using Matter Of Fact Language To Manage Emotional Situations

People are emotional beings. They often enjoy the best moments of their lives by being open to experiences and channelling these in a positive way.

People can sometimes feel swamped by emotions, Read more

M is for Menlo Innovations: Building An Intentionally Joyful Culture

Menlo Innovations attracts many people who want to understand its culture. Many of these successful ideas are contained in Richard Sheridan’s book Joy, Inc.

Below are excerpts from the organisation’s website. You can discover Read more

C is for Committing To The Commitment

“Peak performers are different,” we are told. “They actually do what they say they are going to do. They are committed to the commitment.”

You may have attended workshops where people concluded Read more

C is for Clarifying What You Can And Can’t Expect From A Culture

Many people do extensive research before joining an organisation. It is vital for them to enter with positive expectations. But, at the same time, it can be good for them to do a reality Read more

W is for Focusing On What Works

There are many ways to encourage people. One approach is to study what works, simplify what works – in a profound way – and share what works. It is then to provide Read more