How to be happy at work

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These articles are the best of last month’s weekly RelSci 5 newsletter for business leaders. Its curated articles and insights revolve around a different theme each week and will help you do your job better. 

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1. Inhale, exhale.  


You’re constantly doing it—but are you doing it well? It turns out that the quality of your breathing dramatically affects the quality of your voice, and that can make or break a public speech. Improve your breathing and improve your presentation skills, 
all in four easy steps.

2. The art and science of relationship selling.  


When you leave your sales meeting, you should have much more in hand than just another closed deal. In the first of a series of articles to help you build relationship capital in the conference room, we covered 
three key strategies for playing–and winning–the long sales game. 

3. Smile! 


No, seriously—smile. New research suggests that cynical people make less money, and the reason why 
might surprise you.

4. Shiny, happy workers.


We’ve all heard that happy employees are more productive employees. But what does happy and productive really mean? MIT business professor Zeynep Ton 
may have figured it out.

5. Open plan offices suck.  


Between loud chewing, coworker gossip and and the click-clack of a thousand keyboards, it’s a miracle anything gets done. Luckily, researchers have found a solution, and 
it’s the same one that puts you to sleep at night.

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