What's Good is the simple tool that helps you lead a mindful, enlightened, and happy life.How can we become lastingly happier?It's easy: Reflect, Record, Reward.REFLECT Find and relive the best moments of your day.RECORD Write what's good and rate your happiness.REWARD Enjoy all the discovered benefits of this practice.Just 5 minutes a day. Seriously.HOW DOES IT WORK?Many of us focus more on the bad than the good in our lives. Prioritizing threat over joy has worked well in sustaining our species, but not so well in cultivating happiness. To be happier, we need to retrain the brain.What's Good does just that, helping you to recognize and appreciate the good things in life. It also provides you with an analysis that enables more informed and therefore more successful life choices. The science speaks for itself: Just two weeks of use has shown increased happiness for six months.HOW DO I USE IT? Easily! Each day you will reflect on and enter three things that went well. Then, you will record your current state of happiness on a scale of 1100.Simply making your entries is enough to generate greater happiness, and many other benefits of this practice are being discovered and tested, including greater compassion, lower blood pressure, and even a stronger immune system.Trying to recall past states of happiness by memory alone is often inadequate. But soon after incorporating What's Good into your routine, you will have access to a wealth of personal data. You will be able to see when you were at your happiest and why.FEATURES:- FREE!! (for now...)- Increase your happiness with a tried and true method- Live an enlightened, mindful life by learning about yourself in ways that memory alone can't provide - Enjoy simple, clean design and functionality- Interact with powerful graphs of your happiness over time- Find, review, and compare previous entries quickly- Sync entries via iCloud across all your iOS devices- View the daily inspirational photo- Trust that all your data is only accessible by youit resides only on your device and optionally through iCloudDownload What's Good today and let it work for you!Sources:1. Seligman, M., Steen, T., Park, N., & Peterson, C. (2005). Positive Psychology Progress: Empirical Validation of Interventions. American Psychologist, 410-421. Retrieved November 25, 2015, from http://dev.rickhanson.net/wp-content/files/papers/PosPsyProgress.pdf2. The Expanding Gratitude Project Expanding the Science and Practice of Gratitude. Retrieved November 25, 2015, from http://greatergood.berkeley.edu/expandinggratitude
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