Happiness is a difficult concept to fully understand. Jennifer and Jim Moss, founders of Plasticity Labs, are constantly sharing their experience and vast knowledge to help enhance feelings of joy and contentment within others.
Due to their consistent efforts, an article written by Jenn was published by the Harvard Business Review, a world renowned business publication. The article uses personal struggle and experience to explain the role of negative feelings in the quest to attain happiness.
Here’s a preview of the article titled, Happiness isn’t the Absence of Negative Feelings:
Happiness feels intolerably elusive for many of us. Like fog, you can see it from afar, dense and full of shape. But upon approach, its particles loosen and suddenly it becomes out of reach, even though it’s all around you.
We put so much emphasis on the pursuit of happiness, but if you stop and think about it, to pursue is to chase something without a guarantee of ever catching it.
Up until about six years ago, I was fervently and ineffectively chasing happiness. My husband, Jim, and I were living in San Jose, California, with our two-year-old son and a second baby on the way. On paper, our life appeared rosy. Still, I couldn’t seem to find the joy. I always felt so guilty about my sadness. My problems were embarrassingly “first world.”
Jim never worried about death. I did.
You can read the full article here.
Plasticity Labs has helped many businesses improve their workplace environment by increasing happiness within individuals, and their mission greatly reflects the values of Fibernetics which is to constantly enhance workplace culture.
Fibernetics is very proud to be both a partner, through Fibernetics Ventures Inc. (FVI), and a customer of Plasticity Labs, and supports the passionate vision of both Jenn and Jim Moss.
FVI isn’t just searching for innovative companies, we are striving to make a difference in the world with partners like Plasticity Labs.
To learn more about their story and culture please visit the Plasticity Webpage.Posted by Jennifer Copeland Posted on 24 Aug