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achor

An antiquated term, the modern equivalents of which may be:
(1) A papular eruption on hairy skin;
(2) An acuminate pustule;
(3) A scaly facial eruption of young children.
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Over the past five years, I've researched happiness in 49 countries," says Shawn Achor, author of The Happiness Advantage.
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Despite current difficulties, there is always something to be grateful for," said Achor.
In the book, Achor distills his research into seven practical, actionable strategies to raise happiness and performance at work.
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Achor believes all children - regardless of economic, religious or racial background - deserve the best education possible.
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Find Your Happy Place--While there's no cure-all for the blues, these simple, everyday actions, courtesy of Shawn Achor and Gretchen Rubin, can help you get closer to happiness now--and in the long term.
Shawn Achor has held the position of head teaching fellow for the popular Harvard class Positive Psychology.
Shawn Achor and Alia Crum from Yale showed employees either a three-minute video on how stress improves your brain and body or a video on how stress is terrible for you.