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Dr. Colleen Georges is a Positive Psychology coach, speaker, educator, and author. She runs RESCRIPT Your Story LLC where she provides positive psychology life and career coaching, leads community wellness groups, and delivers organizational trainings and speaking engagements. Colleen is also a Rutgers University Lecturer in counseling and women’s leadership.  In her TEDx Talk, “Re-Scripting the Stories We Tell Ourselves,” Colleen discusses how we can change our internal dialogue to transform the lives we live. Colleen received her Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Rutgers University, is a Nationally Certified Psychologist, Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Comprehensive Positive Psychology Coach, and holds over a dozen certifications in life and career coaching and positive psychology. Colleen is author of the 5-time award winning, best-selling book, RESCRIPT the Story You’re Telling Yourself: The Eight Practices to Quiet Your Inner Antagonist, Amplify Your Inner Advocate, & Author a Limitless Life. She is also a Huffington Post contributor and co-author of ten best-selling self-help books including 10 Habits of Truly Optimistic People and 101 Great Ways to Enhance Your Career. Colleen’s expertise has been featured in various media including News12, RVNTV, Live Happy, Inspire Me Today, Mashable, Rewire Me, The Job Network, Care.com, New Jersey Family Magazine, and The Times of Trenton.

For more information, please visit www.ColleenGeorges.com

Change Your Perception to Find Happiness

If there’s anything I’ve learned about happiness, it’s that is has much less to do with your possessions and achievements, but rather your perception of what you have and the world and people around you. Reframe Your Perception: Each of us has dreams that for one reason or another we do not achieve. And we all make choices that perhaps were not the best we could have made. Yet, rather than allowing regret to overtake us, we must see and celebrate all the other goals we’ve accomplished and positive choices we’ve made? Human nature so often leads us to perceive…

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