After 40? 40 Ways to Get Your Happiness

21. Emphasize Your Strengths

Of course, you’ll never get better at the things you don’t excel at unless you practice doing them, but sometimes it feels good just to focus on the things you’re
already good at. In fact, according to research from Shawn Achor’s The Happiness Advantage, employees who focus on their personal strengths display greater levels of
satisfaction and happiness than those who don’t emphasize what they’re best at.

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