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Two for You video series

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University of Minnesota Extension Center for Community Vitality educators Lori Rothstein and Denise Stromme share positive psychology research to help you live and lead with intention.

Two for You is a series of two-minute videos. Watch the full series on YouTube.

 

Available videos

  • How do positive emotions help you? Listen and learn how experiencing positive emotions helps with your creativity and resilience both now and in the future.
  • What can you do to savor your positive experiences? Learn how recalling positive events and help you live and lead with intention.
  • Do you ever wonder what is your life’s purpose? Learn about a model to help you uncover your purpose and find more meaning in life.
  • What role does your brain have in reaffirming your beliefs? Learn about the Velcro Teflon Effect and challenging how you react to information.
  • Do you say "it is what it is," especially when in a challenging situation? Learn how saying "it is as I am" instead can help you live and lead with intention.
  • Do you question your talents or intelligence fearing that you don't measure up? Learn more about growth and fixed mindsets and which one aids resilience.
  • What makes you flourish? Watch our video on the PERMA model of well-being. Learn how to reach a life of fulfillment, happiness and meaning.
  • How do you stay connected with others who live or work away from you? Learn how a Virtual Coffee can help form better and deeper relationships.
  • How can drinking a hot beverage change how you think about others? Learn about research done on how hot drinks can build trust and empathy.
  • How do you center yourself? Learn about a simple practice to help you become more present in your life.

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Reviewed in 2017

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