The internet is FULL of valuable resources that can help you building psychological strength and achieve your Peak Mind. These are ones we’ve vetted and found to be particularly useful.
In this powerful and inspiring TEDx talk, Peak Mind co-founder April Seifert shares her personal story of psychological strength. She artfully weaves her expertise as a social cognitive psychologist with a tragic story of loss to make a compelling case for breaking free from self-imposed limitations...and provides guidance on how to do just that.
The Greater Good Science Center at Berkeley is the place for cutting edge positive psychology research. We love their online resources, which include FREE blog posts and articles, e-courses, videos, online magazine, and a podcast...all dedicated to sharing the latest and greatest that positive psychology has to offer.
This amazing resource makes it easy for you to learn about a variety of psychological strengths including happiness, resiliency, flow, compassion, and gratitude, to name a few.
The Positive Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania was founded by Dr. Martin Seligman, the father of Positive Psychology. He and his team of researchers have pioneered the science of well-being and have made tons of resources available online.
You can learn about a variety positive psychology topics from the big wigs in the field. You can also learn a ton about yourself by taking their free online questionnaires. Interested in things like resiliency, grit, happiness, and the PERMA theory of well-being and how to boost them? Check it out!
You've probably heard about self-limiting beliefs (those assumptions about ourselves and the world that hold us back), but have you ever stopped to consider how they form? Where do they come from? And, why are they so influential?
Through this live 60-minute, hands-on webinar, you'll: