PRIME: 5 Ways to Boost your Happiness
Mark is one of our regular contributors at HelloGrads. His blogs and videos focus on some pressing issues for graduates: choosing career direction, recognising what you have to offer, and making yourself stand out in a competitive job market.
Today we are re-visiting his 5 part series focusing on happiness.
P R I M E: Personality, Resilience, Image, Mindset, Expectations.
Mark explains how to make the best of each dimension, and what you can change to boost your happiness.
Personality: The Way to Find the Work You Love
How to get to know your personality, what really makes you tick, and how to use that self-awareness to find work you’ll really enjoy
Resilience: It’s More Than Just ‘Bouncing Back’
Resilience is multi-dimensional. Find out how to build resilience to help achieve your goals.
Image: The Ultimate Test of Self Control
Image is vital to happiness and mostly in our control. Learn how to improve your self-image and projected image.
Mindset: Don’t Let a Better Life Pass You By…
How managing your mindset can drive positive changes in your life.
Expectations: Just Get With the Programme!
Fast-changing times may mean resetting your expectations and managing those of people around you…
See more from Mark Swain:
Grad Bites: Work Out how to Stand Out
Mark explains MERITology: 5 dimensions to help you stand out in interviews
From First to Last
The importance of first impressions & how to make them last
For Those Shrinking Violets
Top tips for introverts, & for extroverts who want to better understand the introverts you know
About Mark Swain
Mark has enjoyed a career across sales, marketing and many aspects of HR. As Director of Partnerships at the Henley Business School, he delivers high-end learning and leadership development to senior business executives – through training, events and networking.
Director of Partnerships at the Henley Business School
FInstSMM – Fellow of the Institute of Sales & Marketing Management
Fellow at The Learning & Performance Institute
Lead consultant at The Chemistry Group
Education: University of Portsmouth – Economics