Mood and Productivity, Pt. 2: Anger, greed, and malice

Mood and Productivity, Pt. 2: Anger, greed, and malice

This article is part of a series. For part one, see Mood and Productivity, Pt. 1: Does happiness live up to the hype?.

Our increasing understanding of neuroscience and psychology gives us revolutionary insights into how our brains work. This knowledge allows us to explore the surprising links between mood and productivity. Used properly, this knowledge could enhance creativity and work output, all without compromising life satisfaction. In this series of articles, I draw on history and science to address a potentially controversial series of questions relating mood and productivity.

Mood and productivity, Part Two: Anger, greed, and malice

The pragmatic view

Notes

Further reading

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