Here’s a excerpt from my panel discussion on branding and social media during the second annual Columbia Career Connect conference. Thinking Good is a proud sponsor of the third annual C3 conference, which will take place on Saturday, April 14, 2018 in Columbia, South Carolina. Check out this Suite Talk podcast to learn more about the conference and its organizer Khali Gallman.
Here is a roundup of news and information from other sources across the web to help you keep thinking good:
BBC: The Keys to Living A Meaningful Life
You are especially likely to be happier if your personal projects feel attainable. In fact, [Brian] Little has found that our confidence in achieving our projects is an even more important factor for our wellbeing than how much meaning a project has. Put differently, there are few things worse than having a core personal project that feels unobtainable. In fact, findings show that when someone is engaged in a personal project that makes them stressed and miserable, this is an even more powerful drag on their wellbeing than other more obvious factors like poverty. The perfect combination is to have one or more sustainable core projects that feel within reach and are also full of personal meaning, reflecting what matters to you in life.
Listen to our conversation with Lance Watson, Jr., as we focus on the changing social media landscape and ways interpersonal relationships are affected.
This episode is a must hear for any parent, thought leader or communicator who wants to stay current and relevant with the latest trends in how people receive and consume information.
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