Did you know it’s been scientifically proven that being kind improves your quality of life? The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation list pages of research that proves that kindness increases your happiness, life span, energy levels, pleasure and more! They go on to show that kindness decreases stress, anxiety, blood pressure, depression and pain. Fascinating stuff, right?!
I love that kindness is also contagious. One act of kindness often leads to another and another …. a positive domino affect of kindness and positivity. Stanford University research has shown that even witnessing acts of kindness can positively impact someone’s mood.
In order to spread the kindness on Random Acts of Kindness day we’ve collated some of our favourite Random Acts of Kindness that we can all do today!
You can check out and download our Random Acts of Kindness ideas by clicking the Random Acts of Kindness image or clicking the link below:
Remember, if you really want to improve how you feel about yourself or improve your results in your career, business or life then maybe an NLP course could help you … have you checked out our recently released course: NLP Demystified? …. it would be the perfect introduction to NLP for you. It’s designed to give me a good all-round introduction to NLP and help you understand how NLP could help you and those around you.
Instant Access today … just click the link and explore some of the free lessons 🙂
I had a client recently who said "fatigue and a lack of energy have been problems for all my life". People often admire my energy levels, asking me "Laura how do you do it? - you deliver training for 11 days straight, you launch new products ...." Firstly, I learned...
Are you burning out? Are you already burnt out? Do you know someone who suffers from burnout? Perhaps someone who’s exhausted? Are you interested in steps to prevent or avoid burnout? Burnout is probably the number 1 wellbeing issue in 2021. I take a deep dive into...
Many people spend their life at what they think is the mercy of circumstances. Living at the mercy of things that happen, other people, and live locked in the past. For some fear or limiting beliefs stop them dead in their tracks when they look to take action, like an...