Women Mean Better Business Webinar Series: Positivity Resonates

webinar2Negativity moves through our lives like a virus. It develops in the mind and clings its damaging tone to our everyday relationships with family, friends, and colleagues. It holds our ideas and productivity hostage and sends our focus into a tizzy.

Negativity settles in our bones, breeding health-damaging negative emotions – like anger, contempt, and depression. Our blood pressure rises, our digestion is impaired, and our bodies become tense and achy.

What’s the most effective way we can combat this type of energy? With positivity.

In this presentation, Dr. Fredrickson will:

  • Describe how the heart’s capacity for love can be measured and increased
  • Share simple daily practices that can increase your daily diet of love and other positive emotions at home and in the workplace
  • Introduce us to free online tracking tools that you can use to monitor your progress

You’ll leave this session inspired to experience positivity for yourself and make a lasting difference in the way you live.

You’re Invited!

Join us on Wednesday, May 6 when Dr. Barbara Fredrickson teaches us how changing our state of mind can enhance our relationships, improve our health, relieve depression, and broaden our minds.

Positivity Resonates

Barbara Fredrickson, psychology at the University of North CarolinaDr. Barbara Fredrickson’s research highlights the particular benefits of shared positive emotions. Her findings on the benefits of positive social connections have inspired her to redefine “love” as micro-moments of positivity resonance between people – even strangers or co-workers. Read more about Dr. Fredrickson’s research in her bestselling book, Positivity.

When: Wednesday, May 6, 2015, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. ET
Cost: Free

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