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Boost your Physician Happiness Quotient on the job – Tip 6

All the current research into happiness demonstrates that experiencing gratitude - naming it, and truly feeling it - contributes substantially to one's sense of happiness. Those who feel grateful also have better health, with better sleep, better mood and lower incidence of depression and anxiety.
What are you grateful for? And when you actually pause to enumerate your list, what do you feel? Notice the shift in your body and mind.

Try the small exercise in The Power of Shifting your Focus .

If this series is speaking to you and you are interested in learning more, check out Professor Rao's upcoming "Creativity and Personal Mastery Program" in the fall. If you decide to participate in the course (it's limited to 30 people and is almost full), please let me know. Dr Rao has offered a generous discount to my readers if I let him know you are interested!
Boost your Physician Happiness Quotient on the job...
Boost your Physician Happiness Quotient on the job...

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