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Happiness is a Direction
Not a Destination

A Revolutionary Idea

A new truth promises to revolutionize how you live and work: You’re entitled to be happy. Right now. You don’t have to wait. In fact, you shouldn’t delay.

The Secret

It’s a truth revealed by an ever-expanding body of scientific research. It’s a truth that exposes the secret to both individual and organizational success: happiness. Yes, happiness. It’s a revolutionary discovery that counters conventional wisdom. Happiness doesn’t depend on achieving certain arbitrary milestones like wealth or status or awards or job titles. In fact, the opposite is true. Happiness is an ongoing state of mind, a way of thinking necessary for sustained success.

It’s In Your Hands (Your Brain Really)

The idea is powerfully simple. Most successful people and organizations put happiness first, realizing that only then will success follow. But attaining true happiness isn’t quite so simple. First you, quite literally, must change your mind.


The good news: it’s all within your control. Cutting-edge neuroscientific research confirms that we all possess the ability to wire and rewire our brains for happiness.

Meet Dr. Jay Kumar

That’s the powerful—and empowering—idea behind our company. We share a variety of tools, techniques and insights for tapping this remarkable reservoir of human potential.

The Latest

Grandfather and granddaughter“Love is a frequency, you’ve got to stay tuned in to receive it!” (Click to Tweet)

Latest discoveries indicate that the human heart is more than just an organ that pumps blood into your body. Your heart is actually a “mini-brain” with its own set of neurons that sends signals to your brain. So it turns out the old saying: “Follow your heart” is actually true. [click to continue…]

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Nature“Expressing gratitude for your abundance in the present is key for abundance continuing in your future.”  (Click to Tweet)

Among all the emotions humans are capable of expressing, brain scans show us that gratitude appears to be the one that most easily and instantly makes us feel happy!

So, how exactly does gratitude make us happy and healthy? [click to continue…]

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 “Change your thoughts, change your brain, change your life!”   (Click to Tweet)

We all want to feel younger, be happier and live life to its fullest. Many of us follow a healthy diet and exercise regularly, but we still feel burdened by stress, anxiety or sadness. Is it even realistic in this day and age to achieve authentic health and happiness? Yes, it is! What if you could, in as little as 10 to 15 minutes a day, dramatically lower stress? Even better, what if these tools enabled you to boost your sense of happiness and improve your overall health? [click to continue…]

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“Happiness is that moment when you wake up and realize that work is joy in action.” (Tweet to Share Some Happiness) [click to continue…]

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“Happiness isn’t about being perfect, it’s about being present.” (Tweet to Share Some Happiness)

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Nature never came with a built-in Wi-Fi signal, but you’re guaranteed to have a strong connection!  (Click to Tweet Some Happiness)

Does the following situation sound familiar? The alarm jolts you out of sleep at 6 a.m. You wake up feeling exhausted but counter it with a jolt of caffeine. You quickly shower, dress, scarf down breakfast, and rush to school or work only to stew in traffic. If much of this resembles your life, you’re not alone. Some researchers suggest the reason that stress has become the malady of modern life and that we suffer from brain-fatigue is the result of “Nature-Deficit Disorder.” Never heard of it? A growing body of research proposes that we as a society are becoming more and more disconnected from the healing power of nature. [click to continue…]

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“The key to happiness is realizing that living out your dreams is more worthwhile than living out your dramas.” (Tweet to Share Some Happiness) [click to continue…]

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meaningful life

What if I told you that research suggests the more meaning and purpose you find in life, the healthier, happier and longer your life becomes? An amazing discovery is that the brain distinguishes between two types of happiness that you experience either externally or internally with vastly different effects on your biology and health. Learn More in Latest Newsletter. 

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“No external conditions are required for happiness. Happiness is who you are!” —Dr. Jay Kumar