|Photo Credit - WHS Student Olivia Aligo|
Psychologist Shawn Achor explains that if you dedicate "just a two- minute span of time for 21 days in a row, you can actually rewire your brain, allowing your brain to actually work more optimistically and more successfully."
He suggests logging/journaling/tweeting/blogging 3 new positive events or things we are grateful for each day. Let's take this positive psychology challenge and see if our happy thoughts ripple out into our productivity and well-being.
Great Ted Talk on the subject - Shawn Achor: The happy secret to better work
Ms. McCann is inviting everyone to take part in this 21 day challenge. Are you up for the challenge? Use this link to participate: 21 Day Positive Challenge or on Twitter use the hashtag #whs21day.
This is a great way to take part in a school lesson without having to go to class.
Model for your student that we are life-long learning and always looking for ways to improve.
Be part of positive change and make things happen that will help with your productivity and well-being.