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September 05, 2016

Think Yourself Happy
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Could you be happier than you are right now? IAccording to a 2013 Harris Poll, only one in three Americans could say they were “very happy,” and fewer people felt optimistic about the future than ever before. Despite medications, counseling, food and other distractions, our happiness levels remain stubbornly low. Innovative Corporate Strategist Greg Jacobson believes this must change! In his book Think Yourself Happy, he teaches five simple changes in thinking that will make you immediately happier. This proven step-by-step process takes just a few minutes, and is based on decades of scientific research in Positive Psychology. WARNING: The effects of happiness are known to cause significant improvements in income, learning, relationships, creativity, satisfaction, attitude, health, longevity and productivity.
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Corporate Talk: Greg Jacobson
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Greg Jacobson
Considered one of the leading strategists for developing a success mindset, Greg Jacobson has taught hundreds of well-known organizations and high-performing individuals to achieve more, meet objectives faster, and become better team players. As a highly sought-after speaker, trainer, and consultant, Greg’s experience and skill sets have realized stellar results for governments, non-profits, and some of the largest companies in the world. Greg has built several companies from the ground up with valuations that exceeded $100,000,000. He has directed and produced an award winning documentary that has been viewed more than 5,000,000 times. And is considered one of the top real estate trainers in North America. Greg now focuses on delivering transformational keynotes and training with a focus on productivity, culture, teamwork, leadership, and teaching organizations to create an amazing client experience

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