Win a 1 day course and Happy gift bag

Win a 1 day course at Happy

We want 2017 to be your happiest and most productive year yet – and with this fantastic competition, we will help one lucky winner to achieve it!

We are excited to launch a brand new competition – win a 1 day course from our public course programme, as well as a Happy gift bag containing the Happiness Planner, Your Brain at Work by Brian Rock, the Happy Manifesto by Henry Stewart and a Happy stationery kit with a Happy tote bag, notebook, pen, and Cultural Planner!

To be in for a chance of winning this fantastic prize, just answer one question using our app below – and gain additional entries by viewing our EventBrite calendar, Facebook page, following us on Twitter and subscribing to our YouTube channel!

Competition closes at midnight GMT on 31st January 2017, so enter now for your chance to win and have your best year yet! Winner will be announced on our social media platforms on Thursday 2nd February.

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About the prizes

The Happiness Planner is a planner like no other. Instead of focusing on productivity, it focuses on “your happiness”. It is designed to help you welcome more positivity, joy, and happiness into your life by applying the practices of positive thinking, positive affirmations, mindfulness, gratitude, and self-development. The focus is on making each day a positive experience, building introspection into your routine and increasing self-awareness. On top of the typical daily pages, this planner is packed with questions and guides that help you become a happier and more positive person. The 100 day planner is undated so you can start anytime, and 100 days is the perfect length of time to start a new habit, learn a new skill or make a lifestyle change. Learn more on the Happiness Planner website.

Your Brain at Work by Brian Rock explores such issues as; why our brains feel so taxed, and how to maximize our mental resources; why changing behavior is so difficult – and how to make it less so; why focusing on problems doesn’t seem to create the desired change; how concentration and focus change the brain, and how to maintain energy and productivity at work; why providing critical feedback is so difficult, and how to make it easier; how corporate/office culture is formed and can most effectively be altered. Find out more and read reviews on Waterstones.com.

The Happy Manifesto by Henry Stewart is just 128 pages long, and gives 10 steps to a happier, more productive workplace. Henry is Happy’s CEO, and this book outlines the principles that he has used to make Happy an award-winning organisation. Learn how to give your staff freedom within clear guidelines, play to your strengths, and to recruit for attitude. This book will help you to transform your organisation, starting with yourself. Find out more on the Happy Manifesto website.

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