November 22, 2016 • Jesse Weinberg
Dylan Siegel was 6 years old when he hatched a plan to cure his best friend's rare disease. He ended up raising more than $1 million. Listen to this beautiful heartwarming story from the Kind World series.
November 02, 2016 • Jesse Weinberg
Happiness researcher Sean Achor demonstrated through his extensive research that if you perform random acts of kindness for two minutes a day for twenty-one days, you can actually retrain your brain to be more positive. Studies such as his show that when your brain is more positive you are more likely to be creative, intelligent and productive. These attributes can spin into what we perceive as ‘quality of life’ attributes – job success, wealth, healthy relationships, and better health. This adage, that happiness breeds success, is counterintuitive to what Western society popularly perceives as the opposite, that success lends itself...