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Educators as Entrepreneurs of Happiness and Well-Being

That “Educators should be entrepreneurs of happiness and well-being” is so obviously true to me that it is almost a self-evident axiom.  Yet almost one almost never hears even the tiniest inkling of such a notion in either public debates … Continue reading

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Education and Happiness, Tango and T’ai Chi

I just saw a Facebook photo of a former student of mine who has become deeply involved in Tango dancing, traveling around the country to compete in contests, traveling to Argentina to learn from experts, clearly happy and delighted in … Continue reading

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Why in a Sane World, Educators = Entrepreneurs of Happiness and Well-Being

In this TEDx talk, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, originator of the flow concept, summarizes the results of more than a decade of research on “positive psychology.”  The conclusion is that there are three primary sources of happiness, reliable predictors of a sense … Continue reading

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