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Mappalicious discontinued for the time being…

Dear reader! I´ve decided to discontinue writing on Mappalicious for the time being. I´m currently going through a transition in my professional life, as well as writing on a German book on Posititive Organizational Science. For this reason, my focus and energy is needed elsewhere. This is not to say that Mappalicious as a project is finished – but I will not add any new articles at least until the second half of 2019. Of course, you can still access all the content…

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Get Your “Do Good December” Calendar from Action for Happiness

As the year 2018 is drawing to a close, here´s the final Positive Psychology-infused calendar for 2018, once again beautifully crafted by our friends at Action for Happiness – available in multiple languages as a printable file. Enjoy!

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Get your “New Things November” Calendar from Action for Happiness

Our friends of Action for Happiness provide us with yet another beautifully crafted, Positive Psychology-infused calendar. For november, it´s all about trying out new things. As usual, you can get a printable version here. Please note that these calendars now have a big fan community all around the globe so people will translate them to other languages. Therefore, after a fews days, the calendars are typically available in languages such as Spanish, German, and French

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Get your “Optimistic October” Calendar from Action for Happiness

Only three months left for 2019. Where has summer gone? But at least, our friends at Action for Happiness help to spread some warmth and light via their new Positive Psychology-infused calendar for October. You can get your high-resolution version here.

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10 essential Research Articles on Meaningful Work

Out of the letters of the PERMA acronym that comprises the essential building blocks of Positive Psychology, for the last years, I´ve been first and foremost intruiged by the letter M for meaning. Getting to (and helping others to get to) a deeper understanding of the nature and mechanics of meaningful work has been one of the cornerstones of my endeavors in Positive Psychology – and also the backbone of my own research. Here are those ten research articles that…

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Get your “Self-Care September” Calendar from Action for Happiness now!

Another month gone, another beautifully crafted calendar by our friends at Action for Happiness. For September, it´s all about self-care – and as usual, based on insights from Positive Psychology. You can download a file in high resolution for printing here. Enjoy – and please spread the news.

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Do you Want to Make your Work more Meaningful? Aim for the S.P.I.R.E.!

I´m a big fan of the work of Professor Michael F. Steger (Colorado State University), one of the world´s foremost scholars on the subject of meaning in life and meaning in work (see his TEDx Talk here). In fact, he´s not only a top-notch scientist, but at the same time he´s able to turn his research (plus other people´s scholarly work) into actionable insights for business leaders. Accordingly, I was more than thrilled when Michael agreed to work with me on a paper that…

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Get Your “Altruistic August” Calendar from Action for Happiness

Another month, another wonderful calendar by our friends at Action for Happiness. This time, it´s all about altruism. You can get your printable high-solution version here. By the way: all those calendars from the previous months can be downloaded here.

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A Place in the Sun: On Towel Wars and Corporate Culture

Oh, sweet vacation time. I have spent the last 12 days on the island of Ibiza with my wife and our two children at a seaside resort near Santa Eulalia. The weather was nice, the sea was warm, the ice cream was delicious – everything as it should be. Only one thing has somewhat diminished our enjoyment on a daily basis: My children are water lovers. Accordingly, we spent the greater part of our days at the pool (or the beach, for…

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Resilience: Get Your “Jump Back July” Calendar from Action for Happiness

The calendar for July created by “Action for Happiness” is centered around the concept of resilience. As usual, you can download a printable high-resolution version here.

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