Tag Archives: Tal Ben-Shahar

Day 11 – Final Project Beginnings

Maybe today would be a good day to describe what I did for my final project last year in my Positive Psychology Certificate program. At the end of our first immersion in May of 2013, our teacher Tal Ben-Shahar had … Continue reading

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Learn to Fail or Fail to Learn

I love this quote from my teacher, Tal Ben-Shahar, “learn to fail or fail to learn.” This weekend, I decided to apply it to something that really doesn’t matter if I fail or not. So I decided to spend just … Continue reading

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A Positive Perspective

Last weekend I finished my 11-month Certificate in Positive Psychology course. I realized as I was writing about Pi Day 2013 that I never shared how it came to be that I signed up for that course. I have been … Continue reading

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Happy 2014!

I saw this little clip recently and thought it was fascinating; the information included as well as the illustrations as they were being drawn. It is mind-boggling to me that someone can think in an outline form like that, which … Continue reading

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Million Dollar Coincidence

My friend Elizabeth invited me to see a theater production with her in Boston this past Saturday. She asked me weeks ago. I knew the show was about Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis, and that’s about it. I hadn’t … Continue reading

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