Caroline Adams Miller Presenting Creating Your Best Life for Success on 1/31/13

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Positive Business DC today announced that renowned author, Caroline Adams Miller, will disclose how setting goals leads to happiness and success during their January 31 Meetup.

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Start 2013 on a positive note with Positive Business DC’s “Well-being in the Workplace Series.”

Positive Business DC today announced that renowned author, Caroline Adams Miller, will disclose how setting goals leads to happiness and success during their January 31 Meetup. Miller’s presentation, Creating Your Best Life for Success, is the second in Positive Business DC’s Well-being in the Workplace Series, and is being held at Teqcorner in Tyson’s Corner, VA.

Miller is the author of Creating Your Best Life, and is an internationally-known coach who speaks frequently on the topic of goal accomplishment and its connection with happiness. She is recognized as one of the world’s leaders on this research and how it can be applied to one’s life for maximum transformation and growth.

“The research tells us that people who have a limited number of choices when making decisions are more satisfied with their decisions and experience less regret than those with more choice in similar situations," comments Marcia Moran, co-founder of Positive Business DC. "While most people wouldn’t apply this idea to goal-setting, having a clear idea of what you want to achieve and when naturally narrows the choices a person will make.”

Shannon Polly, MAPP, also a co-founder adds, “You have to be careful, though, in how you frame the way you think about goals. People who frame personal goals as. ‘I’ll be happier when...’ actually experience less overall satisfaction because by the time they reach their goal, they’ve already incorporated their feelings of achievement and satisfaction into their lives. It’s counterintuitive, but unfortunately true.”

Miller is a magna cum laude graduate of Harvard University, and has a MAPP Degree (Masters in Applied Positive Psychology). Other published books by Miller include My Name is Caroline, Feeding the Soul, and Bright Words for Dark Days, and the upcoming Positively Caroline (April 2013).

Positive Business DC will continue to conduct its speaker series across the Metro DC area. If you are interested in hosting a future event, please DM @PositiveBizDC. __title__ twitter] The January 31 Meetup will be held at Teqcorner (1616 Anderson Road, McLean, VA) and includes refreshments. To register visit Positive Business DC. Space is limited.

About Positive Business DC
Positive Business DC (@PositiveBizDC) was founded in 2012 by Shannon Polly, Marcia Moran and Donna Hemmert to inform and inspire leaders across the Metro DC region to increase well-being, productivity and profitability in the workplace. More than a decade of rigorous scientific research shows that well-being can be measured, taught, and increased through the tools developed from the science of positive psychology. Infusing these elements into corporate DNA enables organizations to increase productivity, reduce absenteeism and turnover, and drastically improve the bottom line.

Shannon Polly (@shannonpolly) is one of only approximately 300 people in world who has received a Master of Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania under Dr. Martin Seligman. A co-author of “Does Happiness Really Drive Results?” her passion is to use the latest scientific research to help leaders improve workplace well-being.

Marcia Moran (@mmoran76) is a Performance Architect who delights in helping entrepreneurs build exceptional cultures from the ground up and also helps transform companies/ toxic cultures into high performing organizations. As a columnist for Modern DC Business she frequently writes about how to improve leadership, communication, and culture.

Donna Hemmert (@dhemmert) has been an executive in the Internet industry since 1994, driving marketing programs, forming strategic, multimillion-dollar partnerships, and leading companies. Her passion is building stellar teams and she has a flair for creating and enabling cultures that encourage her teams to consistently produce ‘star quality’ results.

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