Barrington, NJ (PRWEB) June 29, 2014
A "Happiness and Success Resource Center" is currently available at the newly developed website: iwanthappiness.net. It includes fifteen topical segments of guided personal growth and positive psychology stimulation on finding happiness and success through improved motivation, innovation, luck, reinvention and kindness. It is followed by four appendices that include:
- advice on getting a job, and holding on in the meantime
- a career and job hunting guide for college students
- a treasury of inspirational happiness and success quotations
- "Your Unfinished Life," a book on finding happiness and success, in the balance of your own unfinished life, through kindness and service.
The site reviews basic concepts of happiness, then moves to a higher level focusing on achieving the broader goal of well-being. It emphasizes building self-confidence and developing a positive attitude, including thirteen important steps for avoiding stress.
The site developer, Lawrence J Danks, an Assistant Professor of Management at Camden County College in New Jersey, says, "Our happiness and success is not pre-defined by the media or others. It is self-defined by acts that produce gratification and well-being for us. There is nothing wrong with material goals being part of that," Danks says, "but the principal emphasis should not be on them. There needs to be substance, based on values that are important to us." That is further detailed in the website segment "Becoming Successful," which includes "Nine Steps To Success" and what needs to done to "Be A Good Communicator."
"The Happiness and Success Resource Center" includes advice on applying basic management techniques on setting goals, decision making, and control to "self-management," including concepts such as the importance of thinking small, making little bets, and improving our luck. The overall purpose of the website is to encourage any visitor to refresh themselves with positive, research proven concepts that will provide the impetus for reinvention, whether it is in a current situation or position, in anticipation of a career change, or in preparation for part-time or full-time retirement.
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(Ephussi de Rothschild Villa and Garden, St.Jean-Cap-Ferrat, France)
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