When it comes to improving your wellbeing are you likely to benefit more from slowing down, or getting more engaged in life? Are you better to focus on developing your strengths or fixing your weaknesses at work? Should you spend more time cultivating heartfelt positive emotions or dealing with heart-straining negative ones?
Let’s face it, when it comes to navigating the growing body of research about improving our wellbeing, it seems studies often offer conflicting advice. Which is why Louis Alloro change-agent, culture-strategist and senior fellow at the Center for the Advancement of Wellbeing believes that when it comes to consistently flourishing one of the most important skills we need to cultivate is polarity thinking.
Watch the video below to discover my a-ha moment about how polarity thinking can help us become more informed consumers of our wellbeing.