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Alumni Spotlight: Lynda Wallace

Alumni Spotlight: Lynda Wallace

Lynda Wallace, Director of WBI's Coaching Certification Program, spent 20 years in the corporate world before shifting her focus toward positive psychology. The Certificate in Wholebeing Positive...

WholeRunner: Flow Is the Runner’s High

WholeRunner: Flow Is the Runner’s High

by Louis Cinquino Fill in the blank: _______ is a state of performance where a person becomes totally absorbed in and engaged by an activity. If you happen to be Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, renowned...

My Curiosity Quest

My Curiosity Quest

by Michael F. Steger My work on meaning in life is part of my meaning in life. If this sounds a bit confusing, I agree. I never went out into the world with the intention of studying meaning in...

Five Things We Learned on Our Family Vacation

Five Things We Learned on Our Family Vacation

by Amy Alpert Last summer, my husband and I took our high school–age son and daughter to Europe, where we visited three cities—Paris, Amsterdam, and London. While the trip included many frustrating...

Alumni Spotlight: Stories of Transformation

Alumni Spotlight: Stories of Transformation

We're always deeply moved by the stories our alumni tell us about how the Certificate in Wholebeing Positive Psychology changed their life. Today, we share with you two of those stories. First,...

WholeRunner: Don’t Run. Play.

WholeRunner: Don’t Run. Play.

by Louis Cinquino Every once in a while, I am called in for a critical and rewarding assignment: babysitting my granddaughter. We snack, bounce balls, handle toys, read books, climb steps, and jump...