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The science

Our tools and kits are inspired by positive psychology — the science of happiness and wellbeing. Using the most recognised and well-regarded models and frameworks, we focus on the evidence-based factors that contribute to your most extraordinary self.

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Positive Emotions

Positive emotions propel us forward, helping us navigate challenges with resilience and optimism. Cultivating positive emotions has lasting effects on our physical and psychological health.

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Meaning and Mattering

Finding meaning in work+life and feeling like we matter are essential for our wellbeing. When we feel that our lives have significance and that we are making a positive impact, we experience a deeper sense of fulfillment and satisfaction. 

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Mastery

The pursuit of mastery involves continuously learning and growing in our abilities and skills. It provides us with a sense of progress and accomplishment and fosters resilience, creativity, and a deep sense of satisfaction.

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Engagement 

Engagement refers to the state of being fully immersed and engaged in an activity or experience, It refers to situations — at work and in life — where we do what enegergises us, and gives us joy. 

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Achievement

Setting and achieving meaningful goals is essential for our sense of accomplishment and self-worth. Whether big or small, reaching milestones and overcoming obstacles gives us a sense of confidence and  control. 

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Self Acceptance

Self-acceptance involves embracing all aspects of ourselves. When we cultivate self-compassion and self-kindness, we free ourselves from self-criticism and judgment, allowing us to live with greater authenticity and integrity. 

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Quality Relationships

Relationships have the most profound impact on our wellbeing. Strong, supportive connections boost our happiness and life satisfaction, and serve as a buffer against stress and adversity.

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Autonomy

Autonomy refers to our sense of independence and self-determination. When we have the freedom to make choices that align with our values, passions and desires, we experience greater satisfaction, happiness and wellbeing. 

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Psychological Richness

Psychological richness encompasses a life brimming with curiosity, novelty, adventure, openness, and exploration. It thrives on diverse and perspective-shifting experiences that broaden one's understanding of the world. 

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