Rob is the publisher of positivepsychology.net and has been involved with Positive Psychology since the early 1980's at least as early as 1981. He gave his first presentation at a national professional meeting in 1985, and offered workshops, talks, panels and presentations at multiple professional venues, often using titles like: Positivity Training, Positive Emotional Self Regulation Training, though participants would often end up calling them smile workshops and talks because they always included pumping smile iron exercises going through a kind of progressive smile activation.
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The KPEI Kall Positive Experience Inventory
The positive experience inventory is a partial list of experiences, behaviors, memories, observations imaginings and fantasies that are heartwarming, uplifting, energizing, or that make people feel good, happy, ecstatic, joyful, confident, strong, loved, capable, masterful, exuberant, euphoric, thrilled, excited, inspired, etc. For brevity's sake, we'll call these varieties of positive experience "PEs"
Monday, June 1, 2015
Anatomy of Positive Experience: Brief Outline
This is a minimal outline of the model I have developed since 1984 based on the belief that positive experiences are our most valued personal assets and inner resources, so skills in having positive experiences are the key ability. This anatomy of positive experiences breaks down positive experiences temporally, to identify skill aspects that can be developed.
Monday, June 1, 2015
Guia De La Anatomia De Experiencias Positivias
Este es un esquema minimo de la modelo que he desarrollado desde 1984, basada en la creencia de que las experiencias positivas (PEs) son nuestros bienes personales más valiosos y los recursos internos, por lo que las habilidades en tener PEs son la caracterstica clave.Esta anatoma de experiencias positivas rompe experiencias positivas temporalmente, para identificar aspectos de habilidades que se pueden desarrollar