Be Gracious, Kind, and Giving
Classroom and Online Date: February 4, 2019
Scientific research has shown that being kind and giving has a positive effect on both the person receiving the act of kindness, as well as the person doing the giving.
Making a decision to be kind and give to others activates an area of the brain called the striatum. The feel-good emotion we receive when we help others stimulates this part of the brain, and creates a "glow" emotional state.
For everyone who is trying to get their mojo back, doing acts of kindness, giving, and just genuinely being gracious and good, can increase positive energy in our brain and bodies.
In this course, we will discuss the scientific impact of being kind, how it can improve your mojo, and what are some of the ways you can do simple kinds acts on a daily basis.
NOTE: This course is part of the class entitled, "Monday Motivation: How To Get Your Mojo Back." You can purchase this course separately if you are not interested in the class.