How to have a good day. I for one want to know the answer to that. Now! Immediately!
Now let me be clear. I don't want bland, predictable “there is no ‘i’ in innovation” type aphorisms.I want insights from science, so the changes I make are based in reality.
So let me introduce you to Caroline Webb. She is an executive coach, author and speaker who specializes in showing people how to use insights from behavioural science to improve their professional lives.
Her book is called –you got it—How to Have a Good Day, and it's been published in 14 languages and more than 60 countries. She is also a senior advisor to McKinsey where she was previously a partner.
In our conversation we discuss: the brain science of engagement; how to calm your brain when it’s feeling anxious; the power of labeling; and the power of connecting to what you’re uniquely good at.
You can meet Caroline at HowToHaveAGoodDay.com where there are various resources you can get hold of.
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