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Thousands of studies on hundreds of

thousands of people in countries

worldwide have confirmed many

important benefits of happiness.

This is a short extract of a few of the

more interesting results:

Happy people have more energy and

experience less stress, worry, unhappiness, trauma and burnout.

They enjoy better mental and physical health. Did you know that happy

people live and average of 8-12 years longer?

They are more popular and

have more friends and better

support networks.

They are regarded as more

physically attractive, more

intelligent and competent,

more friendly, warm and

assertive, and less selfish.

They have better intuition,

emotional intelligence, and

tend to be more successful in

all areas of life.

Happiness at Work

Happy people get employed first,

get promoted first and are fired

last. They earn more money and

have greater influence on group

decisions.

In the workplace, happy teams

communicate, cooperate and

perform better. They have higher

productivity, are better corporate

citizens, take fewer days off, and

change jobs less often.

Happy salespeople sell more, happy customer service teams are more

successful, and happy call centers get better results.

Happy leaders are more effective.

Happy companies are more profitable, because unhappy companies lose

up to half their profits to stress and unhappiness.

Happiness in Healthcare

Happy patients heal faster.

They have better relations with

family, friends and caregivers, and

are better at taking medications

and adhering to treatment.

Happiness increases patient satisfaction.

Happy healthcare workers are more productive, better with patients, get

more done, make fewer mistakes, and take less time off.

Happiness is Important

Being happy doesn’t necessarily mean

smiling and laughing all day.

Happy people also experience

negative emotions, but

deep down they feel

positive about life.

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Want to be more successful

in all areas of your life,

enjoy greater energy,

better physical and mental health,

and live 8-12 years longer?

It’s time to start building Happiness Intelligence.
Unhappiness accelerates disease progression and increases mortality.
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