You are in charge of your success.
Are you living the happy and successful life you want? Do you struggle to make the changes necessary to achieve your goals? What could you accomplish if you were more productive every day? Staying Happy, Being Productive gives you the tools you need to transform your life.
Business psychologist Dr. Roger Hall has been observing and working with highly successful people for over 25 years and in that time, he discovered a pattern of habits that work as a foundation for their success and happiness. He calls these habits the Big 10, and they pertain to the 10 aspects of your life that lead to either success or dysfunction.
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Staying Happy, Being Productive teaches you to monitor these aspects of your life and gives you practical tools and techniques to make improvements by addressing one thing at a time.
Your habits and behavior stem from your thoughts. Dr. Hall teaches you to monitor and manage your thinking. Improve your life and you’ll improve the lives of people around you, whether that’s your family or your team.
- How to control your habits to become more successful
- How to find happiness in your work
- How nutrition can change your brain
- How a faith life can make you happy
- Why having fun is so important
- How your thinking affects your productivity and happiness
- How successful people think about money
- What is needed for a good friendship
- Why your homelife can make or break a successful life
- How a good workout can improve your mood
Discover how to harness the power of thought to improve your habits, your productivity, and your happiness.
Who is Dr. Roger Hall?
Dr. Roger Hall helps people learn to monitor and manage their thinking. For 25 years, he has consulted with leaders from all types of companies, judges in federal courts, company owners, executives, university faculty, social workers, teachers, nurses, construction workers, landscapers, and box-makers. He helps his clients become better versions of themselves so they can improve their own lives and the lives of those they serve.
He and his wife Patty live outside Boise, Idaho. They currently live on the edge of the Boise National Forest where they look out their window down a canyon onto a hillside of pine trees. They traded the nighttime sounds of car alarms for elk bugling in their yard. They have cat that retrieves and a Labrador that doesn’t. They have two horses that act like eight-year-old boys at recess.
He is grateful to be the father of three great children: Sam, Luke, and Grace.
A great day for Roger includes jumping around on rocks in the mountains followed by an evening at the movies with a bucket of popcorn.