Steven Wright Krummeck © 2005 -
Happiness Now Workshop
Most people consider happiness their most important goal in life,
yet seldom attain a true ‘state’ of Being happy. The Happiness
Now workshop uses internationally recognised techniques to raise
your genetically and environmentally programmed levels of
happiness. This results in a ‘state’ of Being happy as well as
increased levels of happiness.
Click here to access a PDF version of the Happiness Now workshop brochure.
The file is very large and may take some time to open. The brochure includes
the following information; workshop overview, why you should attend the
workshop, workshop outline, method of delivery, outcomes and benefits, cost,
workshop dates, venue, and bookings.
For details of our unique Happiness Thermometer, click here
Why Happiness Now and the Happiness Now workshop?
A growing body of research is demonstrating that as we become happier, the
quality of our lives improves dramatically and in general we become better people.
As we become happier we become more compassionate, more creative, more
energetic, more financially successful, more emotionally and physically healthy,
and more effective and productive in the work place. Organisations / businesses
that have a happy culture and happy employees, a happy way of being, enjoy all
the foregoing as well as reduced stress levels and reduced absenteeism, and therefore
less medical claims. In individuals there is greater commitment, confidence, self-
Life altering ways (twenty two pages) to increase your happiness levels are available
through our shop at a cost of $2-
Click here to review some of the themes / topics covered in the workshop.
Click here to view a sample graph of how a participant shifted from feeling bad to good;
Click here to view a sample graph of how a participants happiness levels increased.
Both the shifts reflected in the foregoing graphs were as a consequence of the participant attending The Happiness Now workshop.
Click here to access a PDF brochure on “The Role & Reward in Happiness in The Workplace”.
Click here to read an article on why more and more companies are buying into the happiness movement.
Click here to read a Harvard Business Review on Transforming Your Employees into Passionate Advocates.