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2Success in 2013Success in 20135 Tips for Happiness in your BusinessPresented ByPresented ByDADADA TOP TALENTDA TOP TALENT...
3Only 10 percent or so of the variation in peoplesreports of happiness can be explained by differencesin their circumstanc...
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5TIP # 1TIP # 1Invest in your greatest assetsInvest in your greatest assetsYou and your staff should seek to find a good g...
6TIP # 2TIP # 2TIMETIMEMeasure your time over a 2 week period andanalyze how you are spending your time.Buy time and watch...
7TIP # 3TIP # 3Pay now, consume laterPay now, consume laterPaying upfront and delaying consumptionPaying upfront and delay...
8TIP # 4TIP # 4Invest in othersInvest in othersFind a cause you can fully support and aim toFind a cause you can fully sup...
9TIP # 5TIP # 5Be on guard not to allow your ownBe on guard not to allow your ownpersonal contentment make youpersonal con...
10The Winslow Personality TraitsThe Winslow Personality TraitsInterpersonal Sociability Recognition Conscientiousness ...
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  2. 2. 2Success in 2013Success in 20135 Tips for Happiness in your BusinessPresented ByPresented ByDADADA TOP TALENTDA TOP TALENTdatoptalent@gmail.comdatoptalent@gmail.com
  3. 3. 3Only 10 percent or so of the variation in peoplesreports of happiness can be explained by differencesin their circumstances. It appears that the bulk ofwhat determines happiness is due to personality and— more importantly — thoughts and behaviors thatcan be changed.So, yes, you can learn how to be happy —or at least happier.Mayo Clinic
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  5. 5. 5TIP # 1TIP # 1Invest in your greatest assetsInvest in your greatest assetsYou and your staff should seek to find a good groupYou and your staff should seek to find a good groupexperience to improve bonding and create commonexperience to improve bonding and create commonmemories being part of a group. It doesn’t have to bememories being part of a group. It doesn’t have to beexpensive.expensive.Use ‘experiences’ rather than “things” as prizes to promoteUse ‘experiences’ rather than “things” as prizes to promotebehaviour.behaviour. Make it a treatMake it a treat and encourage daily habits to beand encourage daily habits to bemore productive. Reward good ideas and encourage input.more productive. Reward good ideas and encourage input.
  6. 6. 6TIP # 2TIP # 2TIMETIMEMeasure your time over a 2 week period andanalyze how you are spending your time.Buy time and watch costs. Before making manyBuy time and watch costs. Before making manypurchases, you could ask “how will this changepurchases, you could ask “how will this changehow I use my time”?how I use my time”?
  7. 7. 7TIP # 3TIP # 3Pay now, consume laterPay now, consume laterPaying upfront and delaying consumptionPaying upfront and delaying consumptionmaximizes the pleasure of anticipation andmaximizes the pleasure of anticipation andreduces debt.reduces debt.Learn to run on your cash flow and avoid highLearn to run on your cash flow and avoid highinterest debt.interest debt.
  8. 8. 8TIP # 4TIP # 4Invest in othersInvest in othersFind a cause you can fully support and aim toFind a cause you can fully support and aim tohelp others.help others.Spending money on others can provide a bigSpending money on others can provide a bighappiness boost instead of just spending it onhappiness boost instead of just spending it ononeself.oneself.
  9. 9. 9TIP # 5TIP # 5Be on guard not to allow your ownBe on guard not to allow your ownpersonal contentment make youpersonal contentment make youunaware or insensitive to theunaware or insensitive to theunhappiness, dissatisaction, orunhappiness, dissatisaction, orproblems of others.problems of others.
  10. 10. 10The Winslow Personality TraitsThe Winslow Personality TraitsInterpersonal Sociability Recognition Conscientiousness Exhibition Trust & NurturanceDedication Ambition Endurance Assertiveness Boldness Coachability & LeadershipOrganizationalAlertnessStructureStructureOrderOrderFlexibilityFlexibilityCreativity & ResponsibilityCreativity & ResponsibilitySelf-controlSelf-confidenceComposureTough-mindednessAutonomyContentment & Control
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