Choose to Broadcast Happiness.

Create Positive Change.

Choose to Broadcast Happiness.

Create Positive Change.

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Through my research, I’ve come to understand the psychology of happiness—and how to scientifically train the brain to experience less stress and greater well-being.

Now, I want to help you inoculate yourself against stress and negativity—and feel empowered to create positive change in the world.


Read Michelle’s research in Harvard Business Review on how to prime the brain for peak performance.


Learn how Michelle can work with your organization to fuel higher engagement, performance and profitability.


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“Michelle Gielan is one of the brightest stars in positive psychology and an eloquent champion for rethinking the way we communicate – at work, in our lives, and especially in the media.”


It Pays to be Positive

New research from the fields of positive psychology and neuroscience shows that small shifts to the
way we communicate can create big ripple effects on business outcomes, including:


Recent Articles


LIVE HAPPY: Are You a Phone Snubber?

Are You a Phone Snubber? Live Happy, Michelle Gielan and Shawn Achor April 18, 2017 Handle tech distractions so they don’t harm your relationships. It’s annoying, and we’re both guilty of it. It’s one of the prime ways we—as married happiness researchers—make each other supremely unhappy. See if you can guess what’s going on here:One of…

GREAT LEADERSHIP: When “Fluff” Triples Revenues

When “Fluff” Triples Revenues: Why Leaders Can’t Overlook Happiness Great Leadership, Michelle Gielan March 9, 2017 The first time Gary Baker, president of Nationwide Brokerage Solutions heard about the research on happiness and how it affects the workplace, he referred to it as “fluff.” And why wouldn’t he? Our culture has long viewed happiness in the workplace as…