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Stephanie Davies blogs on the importance of resilience

July 05, 2016

"In these times of such uncertainty resilience and growth mind-set thinking is key in business, education and leadership".

Stephanie Davies, author of popular psychology title Laughology, has written a new post on her blog page where she discusses the importance of resilience in acknowledging a situation and moving forward.

Stephanie will also be speaking at the IPEN Festival of Positive Education in Dallas in July and, in looking ahead to the event, has written a blog for the IPEN blog on the subject of creating happy-centred schools and individuals that flourish. You can read her blog post here, where Stephanie also offers an insight into her background.

Click here to read her blog post and here to take a look inside her book which offers more hints and tips on how humour can influence your behaviour, help you feel better and live a happier life.


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