I believe one person doing a small act of kindness for a stranger can influence that person, himself, and everyone who witnesses it.

Nancy Clark

Nancy F. Clark is PositivityDaily’s CEO, a Forbes partner and an expert in developing Business and Happiness programs for companies and executives. A respected authority for 20 years, Clark has been the featured speaker at the Pentagon, National Institutes of Health, as well as major corporations and universities. Early on in coaching executives, Clark found that learning business skills was important for clients but didn’t guarantee long-lasting feelings of success and happiness. Clark’s education in physics stimulated her interest in the latest scientific research, especially the transformative brain studies related to happiness. She began practicing new habits based on “neurons that fire together, wire together” – meaning the brain can change, and you can achieve a great improvement in self-growth and happiness. She experienced significant changes in her happiness within a short time. She decided to add these ideas to her clients’ programs. The results were amazing. Clients increased their happiness levels, positivity, and were better able to lead others. New techniques also allowed executives to control and eliminate many unwanted habits and shape and instill new good habits. This is the reason she founded PositivityDaily.

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  1. begoodtother
    begoodtother says:

    I think our small act of kindness have the ability to admire others for doing act to of kindness. When we do a good act for the stranger, at that time, our surrounding people also admired with the act of kindness activity.


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